INTERNAL SYSTEM TO GUARANTEE THE QUALITY OF THE DEGREE
The UNED has an Internal System of Quality Control (SGIC-U in Spanish) that covers all the official Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate degree titles, as well as the services offered, the design of which has been certified by the ANECA – National Agency for the Evaluation and Accreditation of Quality).
The SGIC-Ucontemplates all the processes necessary to ensure the quality of the professors, the resources and of the services offered to the students: access, admission and reception, external practical experience, mobility programmes, academic orientation and incorporation into the workplace, follow-up and evaluation of the training results, the attention to suggestions and reclamations, and adaptation of support personal, among others.
The people responsible for the SGIC are:
The UNED’s Quality Control Commission
The Centre’s Quality Control Commission
The Dean’s office or the Management Team
The Commission Coordinating the Degree Title (approved by the Faculty board, 9th July 2008)
The Commission coordinating the Degree Title:
The mission of the Commission coordinating the Degree Title is to supervise the implementation and development of the degree course’s study plan with a view to guarantee its accreditation, as approved by the Governing Council, 8th Abril 2008, BICI No. 22, ANNEX II of 26th March 2009).
The composition of the Commission based on the document approved by the Governing Council, 8th Abril 2008:
President: Dean or a person delegated by them.
Vice-president: Coordinator of the course.
Person Responsible for Quality Control at the Centre.
A professor from each Department that contributes teaching duties and obligatory material to the degree course.
A student representative.
A representative of the professors/tutors.
The Head of the Student Services Section.
Coordinator of the Degree Course: Isabel Gómez Veiga
Through the Statistical portal, the UNED provides information to the entire university community regarding both the results of the training/teaching, as well as the degree of satisfaction of the distinct collectives implicated.