Estimating, Budgeting for Quality Control in Higher Education

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Safar Bakheet Almudara

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The current study aims to determine the attitudes of estimate and budget of quality control for higher education for the universities and affiliated its institutions. Who is presently undergoing quality assessment according to the National Commission for Academic Accreditation and Assessment (NCAAA), it is the organization responsible for verifying quality documents which are prepared by the respective universities and its affiliated colleges and institutions to meet its goals. So in this article suggest the most suitable techniques to estimate and budget for the quality control. To determine most suitable estimate method, this paper analyzes various methods and selects a suitable method of the cost estimate. According to results, the attitudes of the cost estimate depends on the quality work break structure and its various levels of work done to achieve intended goals. The case research examined in this paper was carried out by the authors of the research project ‘Factors Affecting the Quality control in higher education: an Empirical Investigation around Saudi Arabian Universities.

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Almudara, S. (2018). Estimating, Budgeting for Quality Control in Higher Education. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 6(1), 1-10. Retrieved from http://ijier.net/ijier/article/view/951
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