The project ―Quality Assurance System in Ukraine: Development on the Base of ENQA Standards and Guidelines‖ (QUAERE) is supported by ERASMUS+ Programme (Key Action 2 – Capacity building in the Field of Higher Education). QUAERE is aimed at contributing to current reform of Ukrainian system of QA in higher education. The consortium plans to solve the following problems and needs that are crucial for the partner country both at national and institutional levels: need in tools ensuring effective functioning of internal and external QA systems; need in capacity building of HEIs and national QA body through training of staff to use QA tools, establishment of organizational QA infrastructure and piloting internal and external QA models; low level of student involvement in university self-assessment processes; need to make the self-assessment mechanism an integral part of university functioning. With a new Law on Higher Education of Ukraine that came into force in September 2014 system of QA in higher education finally obtained general shape, envisaged activities and prospects for National Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (operation planned from the end of 2015) and later – independent QA agencies. Despite being innovative and enormously relative, new legislation has set the strict frame for reformation of HE sector without possibilities for retroaction. In such conditions, both national bodies for QA and HEIs are above all in desperate need for capacity building and practical developments. In order to provide sustainable solutions to the problems and needs of the reforming process in higher education of Ukraine the project consortium aims at producing the outcomes
and outputs that will facilitate: at preparation stage – analytical background for mapping existing QA system to new legal frame and EU best practices; at development stage – capacity
the building of national QA body and HEIs as well as main developments from general guidelines to practical mechanisms and tools; at exploitation stage – piloting developed models and tools both at HEI (institutional and AP self-assessment) and national (external evaluation) levels.


Poland, Coordinator:

Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Wrocław,


Koblenz-Landau University, Koblenz

ASIIN, Düsseldorf,

CEENQA, Düsseldorf

Kaunas, Lithuania:

Aleksandras Stulginskis University

Patras, Greece:

University of Patras

The Netherlands:

The Network University, Amsterdam


Ivan Franko National University of L’viv, L’viv, Ukraine – Local Coordinator

Sumy State University, Sumy,

Khmelnytskyi National University,

National Mining University, Dnipro, Ukraine

Berdyansk State Pedagogical University, Berdyansk, Ukraine

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine

Chernivtsi National University, Chernivtsi, Ukraine

Odessa I.I. Mechnikov National University, Odessa, Ukraine

Ukrainian Association of Student Self-Government, Kyiv, Ukraine

Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine




  1. Kukharskyy Vitaliy Mykhailovych – the Vice-Rector for Research, Teaching and IT-Development 
  2. Oseredchuk Olha Anatolyivna –  Rector’s Assistant, Head of Information Support Department
  3. Ryhlyuk Sergiy Victorovych – Head of the department on work with “ЄДБО”
  4. Petriv Vasyl Fedorovych – Head of the Laboratory of Quality Control of Education Organizational-
    methodical center of e-learning
  5. Oseredchuk Myroslava Andriivna – Engineer of the 1 category of the Laboratory of quality control of education of Organizational and methodical center of e-learning
  6. Lutsiv Chrystyna Vasylivna – Specialist in the department of information support.
  7. Ivanochko Iryna Bogdanivna – Head of Licensing and Accreditation Department