Quality Policy in the School of Primary Education AUTh

The School of Primary Education of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is committed to the implementation of a Quality Policy that promotes its raison d’ être and the realization of its strategic goals, as well as supports the academic nature and orientation of its Curriculum, through a process that is clearly targeted at its continuous improvement.

The cornerstones of the School’s Quality Policy have been set forth by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and are the following:

  • Continuous quality improvement in education and research
  • Constant improvement in the quality of processes and provided services
  • Constant improvement in the quality of life and quality of work within Aristotle University
  • Transparency at all levels
  • Dissemination of Aristotle University achievements to the society and the government, as well as to the international academic community.

These objectives are realized through:

  • the School’s members’ commitment to comply with the legal and regulatory framework of the School, the Faculty and the University
  • the establishment, review, redesign and redefinition of specific quality assurance objectives, which are fully in line with the strategy of the School, the Faculty and the University.

The School’s strive for excellence is largely -but not exclusively- being realized through:

  • the organization of an internal quality assurance system
  • the assumption of specific responsibilities regarding quality assurance by the School’s human resources
  • the safeguarding of academic principles and ethical conduct, as well as the prevention of discrimination in the School’s workings
  • the encouragement of the involvement of external bodies in the design, application and review of the School’s quality assurance system
  • the continuous improvement of the School’s teaching, research and innovation practices
  • the quality assurance of the School’s Curricula and its compliance with the standards set forth by the Hellenic Authority for Higher Education
  • the efficient organization of the School’s services, as well as the development and maintenance of its infrastructure
  • the allocation and effective management of the necessary resources for the School’s operation
  • the development and rational distribution of the School’s human resources.