Programme accreditation establishes the academic standing of the programme or the ability of the programme to produce graduates with professional competence to practice. This is especially essential in Health Science education as accreditation is an official recognition that the degree meets the standards set by MQA.


The Code of Practice for Programme Accreditation (COPPA) is intended to be a useful guide for providers of higher education, quality assurance assessors, officers of the MQA, policy makers, professional bodies and other stakeholders engaged in higher education. This Code contains an overview of the Malaysian quality assurance system for higher education.
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Self Review Report

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D-SETARA is discipline-based rating. The aim is to rate the institutional level quality of teaching and learning of specific disciplines at undergraduate level.

D-SETARA assessment instrument covers 3 generic dimensions, i.e. INPUT, PROCESS and OUTPUTS which are subdivided into 5 domains, 25 criteria and 82 indicators.

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