AUN (ASEAN University Network) is a leading university network of Southeast Asia (ASEAN) established in November 1995 by the initiative of the Council of Ministers of Education of Southeast Asian Countries, with its members. Initially nominated by the Secretary of Education.
Since its inception, the AUN has looked at the quality of training as an important goal for international confirmation of the development of Southeast Asian higher education, creating synergies and recognizing the quality of training within and outside the AUN network. To achieve this goal, AUN has launched an initiative to assess the quality of higher education in Southeast Asian universities according to AUN-QA (2004).
AUN-QA is a set of standards with rigorous quality standards, with clear, specific criteria that focus on assessing the conditions to ensure the quality of the training of the entire training program rather than just the training on the characteristics of each specialty.
The AUN standard assesses the comprehensive curriculum from a variety of perspectives, such as learning outcome, curriculum frameworks, faculty members, facilities, quality assurance, and connectivity between schools and students, and companies…
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