EU e-Leadership initiative
In 2013, the European Commission activities related to the e-Leadership initiative were launched, in which more than 3,500 participants have been involved to date. This project has helped a number of universities and business schools to use tools to evaluate the curricula of e-Leadership studies. The first guidelines for curriculum development for the acquisition of e-Leadership skills have been developed and are now available at eskills-guide.eu/documents . The European Commission continues to implement these activities under the name of “leadership skills in the high-tech economy”, in cooperation with the companies empirica , PwC, IDC and the Oxford Martin School of the University of Oxford.
In addition, the European Commission is 9. March 2021 presented its vision for the development of a successful digital transformation of Europe by 2030. The backbone of the EU’s digital decade vision consists of four main points:
Commitment to quality
The College of Algebra is dedicated to achieving and maintaining the highest national and international quality standards in higher education. We regularly and thoroughly evaluate all our programs and accreditations, as well as standard certificates.
College of Algebra received 30. July 2015 preliminary letter of recommendation for accreditation of the program from the Agency for Science and Higher Education (AZVO), and the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia issued full accreditation for the e-Leadership MBA study program on 30 May 2016 years.
In May 2019 we submitted a request for partial changes and additions to the program. The program is currently carried out in accordance with the recommendation on reaccreditation issued by the Agency for Science and Higher Education on 21 September 2020 In addition, the College of Algebra applied for membership and accreditation of the MBA e-Leadership program within the Association of MBAs (AMBA).
College of Algebra is 2010. successfully passed the institutional accreditation procedure carried out by NVAO – Accreditation Organization of the Netherlands and Flanders (Nederlands-Vlaamse Accreditatieorganisatie). It is important to point out that this was the first independent audit of the internal quality assurance system conducted in a Croatian institution of higher education. Since then, the University of Algebra is the only institution in Croatia that complies with the demanding quality standards of higher education of one of the leading European accreditation agencies.
We are equally proud of our EHEA/ESG certificate (EHEA – European Higher Education Area – also known as ESG – European Standards and Guidelines) , which we obtained in September 2012. received from the Agency for Science and Higher Education, AZVO. Croatian legal frameworks prescribe the implementation of such an external audit in each accredited institution once every five years. The quality assurance audit of a higher education institution is a periodic systematic procedure that determines whether educational activities and their results, which make up the quality assurance system of a higher education institution, are effective and in accordance with national standards and ESG. The audit also assesses the contribution to the continuous improvement of the quality and culture of education. On the other hand, the development of the quality assurance system raises all our activities, especially educational ones, to a higher level. The University of Algebra successfully passed this independent audit, achieving the highest results, thus becoming the first private institution in the Croatian education system to obtain this type of certificate. In addition, this certificate confirmed that all educational activities carried out by the University of Algebra are in accordance with the quality and standards applied at similar universities in the European Union.