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Once an official title has been implemented, for which it must first obtain verification from the Council of Universities and authorization from the Autonomous Community, the Royal Decree 861/2010, of July 2, by which Royal Decree 1393/2007, of October 29, is modified, establishes the need to monitor it until the moment in which it must be subjected to new assessment to renew its accreditation. Said renewal in the case of Degree and Doctorate programs must be before six years from the date of their initial verification or from the last accreditation. In the case of Master's degrees, it must be within four years.

The follow-up process has two main functions: to verify the proper implementation of the degree in accordance with what was formulated in the initial project presented by the university, and to analyze the main results of its implementation.

A study plan follow-up process must be one of the central instruments of the university's continuous improvement strategy.

The university is primarily responsible for the follow-up process of its study programs and must use the instruments provided in its ISQA to ensure its quality.

The Protocol for the follow-up and renewal of the accreditation of study programs  prepared by the University Commission for the Regulation of the Follow-up and Accreditation (CURSA) approved by the Council of Universities and the General Conference of University Policy in July 2010, establishes the general framework for the development of this program.

The protocol establishes that the purposes of the follow-up of study programs are:

  1. Ensure the effective execution of the teachings in accordance with what is included in the study plan of the title implemented, as recorded in the RUCT together with the modifications approved by the Council of Universities and authorized, where appropriate, by the Autonomous Communities.
  2. Ensure the public availability of pertinent and relevant information to the different stakeholders of the university system.
  3. Detect possible deficiencies in the effective development of the teachings and analyze the actions carried out to correct them.
  4. Provide recommendations and/or suggestions for improvement during the implementation of the study plan.
  5. Identify good practices for dissemination within the framework of the university system.

Likewise and in general, the follow-up tries to demonstrate the progress in the development of the Internal System of Quality Assurance (ISQA) of the degree both in relation to the review of the application of the study plan and the proposal of actions to improve its design and implementation.

All the texts linked are available in Spanish.

The Commission of Study Programmes Evaluation (CET) is responsible for the processes of follow-up and accreditation renewal of official university study programmes.

Its operation is governed by the External Assessment Guide: Assessment by the Commission of Study Programmes Evaluation. The CET is divided into 2 subcommissions:

Subcommission of Arts and Humanities and Social and Legal Sciences


Trinidad Barrera López (Arts and Humanities).

Academic vocals (Arts and Humanities)

Olga Fernández Soriano

Tomás Antonio Mantecón Movellán

Academic vocals (Social and Legal Sciences)

Fuensanta Hernández Pina

Amalia Morales Villena

Andreu Olesti Rayo

Jordi Suriñach Caralt


María Jesús Blanco Sánchez (Universidad de Pablo de Olavide)

Quality vocal

Amparo Chirivella Ramón (Universitat de València)

Professional vocal

Miguel Albertí Amengual (Il·lustre Col·legi d'Advocats de les Illes Balears)


Juan Carlos García Reyes (AQUIB)

Subcommission of Sciences


Carmen Fenoll Comes (Sciences)

Academic vocals (Sciences)

Francesc Marques Truyol


Academic vocals (Health sciences)

María del Carmen Carda Batalla

José Joaquín Mira Solves

Academic vocals (Engineering and Architecture)

Maria José Escalona Cuaresma

Dolores C. Pérez Marín


José Carlos Pulido Pascual (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

Quality vocal

Santiago Roca Martín (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)

Professional vocal

Agustí Vergés Aguiló (Col·legi Oficial de Químics de les Illes Balears)


Juan Carlos García Reyes (AQUIB)

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