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In 2024-25, QAA will continue to support and encourage the culture of enhancement in the university sector by supporting staff and students to deliver a high-quality student learning experience across Scotland.


Through a partnership approach to membership, QAA Scotland provides tailored, trusted and responsive advice on quality assurance and enhancement to ensure membership meets and contributes to members’ strategic needs.


This year, QAA will also support members with the introduction of Scotland’s new approach to enhancement-led review, and new tertiary programme of enhancement activity.


We will support higher education providers in Scotland in the following ways:

  • Review activity
  • Enhancement activity
  • Influence and policy insights
  • Working across Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland 

In Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, members have access to an exclusive all-inclusive QAA Membership package, which automatically includes the International Insights enhancement service, specific activities in each devolved nation and access to the UK-wide member offer.

Full information on QAA Membership 2024-25 in Scotland is available in our brochure.

QAA Membership 2024-25 brochure - Scotland

Publication date: 14 May 2024

Interested in becoming a QAA Member in Scotland?

Send us an email to arrange a discussion about how QAA Membership can benefit your staff and students.

Here’s what our members say:

QAA Membership is essential and highly valued by Glasgow Caledonian University. QAA provides invaluable support and guidance through a range of resources, networks and events in addition to its regulatory responsibilities as Scotland’s designated higher education quality body. QAA’s facilitatory approach of working with the sector through co-design of many of these activities means that collaboratively we are focused on the key strategic priorities that influence policy and practice with greatest positive impact.

Professor Alastair Robertson, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Learning and Teaching, Glasgow Caledonian University