The Institutional Evaluation Programme (IEP) is an independent membership service of the European University Association (EUA). IEP is a full member of ENQA (the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education) and is listed in EQAR (the European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education). (http://www.eua.be/iep/about-iep.aspx )
The mission of the Institutional Evaluation Programme (IEP) is to reinforce the autonomy and strategic steering capacity of higher education institutions and to strengthen higher education systems through institutional, regional or national evaluations.
The IEP emphasises an inclusive self-evaluation process and institutional self-knowledge for improved internal governance and management as well as for external accountability purposes. The IEP reinforces internal quality processes and contributes to building the capacity of institutions to change.
The IEP evaluates higher education institutions in the context of their specific goals and objectives and actively supports them in fulfilling their public mission by providing recommendations on their institutional structures, processes, policies and culture, enabling them to perform the full range of their activities (research, teaching and learning and service to society). In doing so, IEP evaluations take into account the most recent European and international developments in higher education and research policies.
A46 Academic Staff Numbers 2011-2013.pdf
A47 Internationalization Strategy.pdf
A48 European policy statment, University of Maribor.pdf
FERI_Biannual Report, research activities 2011-2012.pdf
FERI_ECTS Information Package 2013-2014.pdf
FERI_Self evaluation 2011-2012_Summary.pdf
FNM_Facts and Figures.pdf
FNM_Strategic plan of the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.pdf