Internal Quality Control Standards

Within the framework of the European Higher Education Area, quality assurance systems are a key element for the efficient and effective functioning of the new teaching practices.

From the very beginning, the School of Architecture of the University of Navarra has made a commitment to the quality of the programs it offers. This commitment is reflected in:

  • The Institutional Assessment Program overseen by the ANECA, en el que participó con la evaluación de la titulación de Arquitectura Técnica (curso 2004-2005).

  • The implementation of Internal Quality Control Standards (SGIC), which was put into practice in the 2009-2010 academic year, provides ongoing monitoring and review of the School's degree programs in order to ensure their quality and continuous improvement. The SGIC of the School of Architecture has been implemented as part of the VERIFICA Program overseen by ANECA, in compliance with the new regulations.

Contact

Contact:
School of Architecture
31080 Pamplona
Spain

+34 948 42 56 27
aclaveria@unav.es

  • Quality Assurance Committee

    To monitor and ensure the quality of its official undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs, the School of Architecture has established a Quality Assurance Committee made up of the following members:

    • Coordinator: Carlos Naya / Joaquín Torres

    • Secretary: Mercedes Goena

    • Coordinator, Degree in Architecture:  Mariano González Presencio

    • Coordinator, Degree in Building:  Purificación González

    • Academic staff representatives (undergraduate): José Ángel Medina

    • Architecture: Miguel Ángel Alonso del Val

    • Building: Joaquín Torres

    • Academic staff representatives (postgraduate): José Ángel Medina

    • Representative of administrative and service personnel: Mónica Gil

    • Student representative (undergraduate): Alberto Cendoya

    • Student representative (postgraduate): Elena Lacilla

    • CECA representative: Luis Herrera Mesa

    • CECA representative: Rosa Clemente Yunta

  • Degree Committee

    Tasked with analyzing the educational programs offered by the School and proposing new degree programs and their orientation. It also coordinates the educational program proposed by the Degree Subcommittee with respect to the other degree programs. It is made up of the following members:

    • Mariano González Presencio

    • Purificación González Martínez

    • Juan Miguel Otxotorena Elicegi

    • José María Ordeig Corsini

    • María Antonia Frías Sagardoy

    • Eduardo Bayo Pérez

    • Miguel Ángel Gutiérrez Fernández

    • Student representative (postgraduate): Elena Lacilla Larrode

  • Degree Subcommittee

    Its functions are:

    • Defining the profile of graduating students and their competences

    • Coordinating the theory/practice programs of the subjects proposed by the departments, analyzing teaching methodology and its coherence with the graduation profile

    • Once the graduation profile is approved, designing the educational program.

    Two subcommittees have been created, one for each official degree program, made up of the following members:

    Architecture

    • Mariano González Presencio

    • Rubén Alcolea Rodríguez

    • José Luque Valdivia Ana Sánchez-Ostiz Gutiérrez

    • Javier Martínez González

    • José Manuel Cabrero Ballarín  

    Building

    • Purificación González Martínez

    • José Antonio Sacristán Fernández

    • Rufino Goñi Lasheras

    • Bruno Sánchez Saiz-Ezquerra

    • César Martín Gómez

  • List of Documents Applicable to the SGIC of the School of Architecture

  • Monitoring

    To maintain this accreditation, degrees will be submitted to an assessment after six years to ensure that the curriculum is being implemented in accordance with the original plan.
     

    The National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA) and the assessment agencies determined by the Law of the Autonomous Communities shall monitor the registered degree programs, based on publicly available information, until they must be submitted to an assessment to renew their accreditation.


    Monitoring objectives:

    1. To ensure effective implementation of the teaching in accordance with the curriculum of the accredited degree program and the recommendations made during the verification process.

    2. To ensure public availability of pertinent and important information to different stakeholders in the university system.

    3. To detect potential deficiencies in the effective implementation of teaching.

    4. To provide recommendations and/or suggestions for improvement over the course of implementing the curriculum.

    5. To identify good practices to be disseminated within the university system.