Wroclaw University of Economics and Business received a positive assessment of the Institutional Evaluation Program (IEP) evaluation team as part of the follow-up process.
On August 18th 2023, the Wroclaw University of Economics and Business received information about the successful completion of the international institutional evaluation of the European
- Institutional Evaluation Program (EUA-IEP). The positive follow-up evaluation confirms that the Wroclaw University of Economics and Business:
- is a university with open-minded community, who sets ambitious goals for its development and strives to be recognizable on the international market;
- implemented - despite the COVID-19 pandemic - a wide range of innovations, such as: structural changes, strategy adaptation and new organizational solutions;
- took seriously and systematically implemented all the recommendations that were formulated in the IEP institutional evaluation carried out in 2019;
- has the necessary structures and processes and, most of all, the spirit to face new challenges.
The IEP evaluation team underlined that „the self-assessment report (SER) was well structured […] and the visit was very well prepared and organised. All [University stakeholders]
interviewed by the evaluation team were positive and willing to engage in reflective dialogue.”
The full version of the EUA-IEP follow-up evaluation report will be available after its
publication on the EUA website: www.iep-qaa.org/reports-publications.html
Within a year of receiving a positive follow-up evaluation, i.e. by August 2024, the Wroclaw University of Economics and Business is obliged to prepare a progress report
purpose of which is to present the development of the university and the extent to which the recommendations suggested by the IEP evaluation team have been taken into account. The WUEB has the
right to use the IEP logo for the next 5 years.
The International Cooperation Center
, responsible for the creation of the self-assessment report (SER) and
conduction of the EUA-IEP institutional evaluation process, would like to thank all employees, students and PhD students who contributed to our common success
The Institutional Evaluation Program (IEP) was established in 1994. IEP is an evaluation program of EUA member institutions, offering support to universities in the further development of strategic
management and internal quality culture. The European University Association (EUA) represents over 850 universities in 49 European countries and is thus the largest and most developed
association of European universities
. In Poland, 6 universities were evaluated by the EUA-IEP.