A Comparison of Learning and Teaching Quality Assurance in Chinese and British undergraduate education

Hong Qin Fang


This paper reviews learning and teaching quality assurance (LTQA) systems in Chinese and British undergraduate education and compares the similarities and differences of LTQA between them. This study intends to identify the common problems of LTQA in both Chinese and British undergraduate education, and to consider how to solve these problems and to improve the LTQA continuously. There exist remarkable differences between China and United Kingdom in initiative, organization, focus, methods and functions of LTQA in Undergraduate Education. Despite differences in culture, tradition and educational system between the two countries, there were also some common tasks, similar situations and difficulties with regard to LTQA.


learning and teaching, quality assurance, assessment

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