Headed by Prof. Dr. Hazman Shah Bin Abdullah, the delegation of the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) visited HAC on March 24, 2016. MQA initiated a project of cooperation between the two agencies aiming at mutual recognition of accreditation decisions and higher education qualifications.
In order to inform the interested public, the HAC has issued a press statement that it has published its list of college and university programs (list in Hungarian) that it has not accredited based on its quality standards, but which are offered to students for the fall semester 2016 after being registered by the Educational Authority.
The International Advisory Board of the Hungarian Accreditation Committee meets annually to review the work of the HAC in the preceding year and to discuss topical issues. The 2015 meeting on 30 and 31 October focused on strategic options for the HAC after having completed its 3rd cycle of institutional accreditation. The Board's Recommendations can be read here.
ENQA held its annual General Assembly and Forum in Dublin on 23 October 2015, where Christina Rozsnyai, HAC program officer for foreign affairs, was elected to the ENQA Board for a three-year term.
In addition, ENQA awarded the organization of its next Members’ Forum to HAC. The Forum will be held in Budapest on 28-29 April 2016. ENQA members will receive details about the event and registration in due course. To see the HAC invitation to the ENQA Members’ forum, please click on the link at http://www.mab.hu/pub/enqa/Meghivo_Dublin.pptx