QAA


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QAA

Abbreviation for:
Quality Assurance Authority
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The performance of private schools is improving through implementing the recommendations of the authority's audit teams and applying their standards," said QAA chief executive Dr Jawaher Al Mudhahki.
Hezbollah's chief Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah said the Shiite group regards villages like al Qaa as of key importance, and will protect them from the threat of Daesh attacks from across the border.
Lebanon's Interior Minister Nohad Machnouk said most of the Qaa bombers came from crisis-hit Syria.
Through our reviews of alternative providers in the UK, QAA has seen many good and improving providers.
Andrew Cleaves, BMet's principal and chief executive, said: "The college is extremely pleased that QAA recognise the strength of our provision.
HESA, Jisc and QAA all have very distinct and different strengths and institutional offers.
In its report, the QAA highlighted USW's recognition of prior learning and the role of link officers in the support of collaborative partnerships as examples of "good practice".
Mr Logan said: "I am pleased that the QAA report acknowledges the strengths of our small, but important, higher education provision as well as key areas for further improvement.
Nasir Shah, Director QAA, and heads and representatives of QECs of respective universities attended the meeting.
A member of several professional organisations, she recently served as president of the West Yorkshire Society of Chartered Accountants, one of the largest regional bodies of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAEW), which is represented on the QAA panel.
Various committees were set up to discuss and formulate recommendations and generate necessary information for Eleven-Standards Manual of the QAA.
A team of QAA appointed officials would then inspect LSTM next year to ensure it lives up to its own assessment - and subject to approval - its masters degrees could start in September 2015.