MDH’s Bachelor’s degree in Innovation Management maintains high quality

May 20, 2015 | Education

When the Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) previously evaluated MDH’s Bachelor’s degree in Innovation Management the assessment of deficient quality was given. Since then MDH has carried out several measures for improvement. Now UKÄ has carried out a follow-up and gives the degree programme the assessment of high quality.

UKÄ has the task of evaluating the quality of all higher education programmes leading to a degree. At the first evaluation of MDH’s Bachelor’s degree in Innovation Management the assessment of deficient quality was given.

Since then, MDH has made several improvement efforts to ensure good quality, and the University has submitted a report on these to UKÄ. So now on 18 May came the positive announcement that MDH’s Bachelor's degree in Innovation Management has received the assessment of high quality, and thereby the degree-awarding powers are secured.

- It’s very pleasing to see that the work that a lot of MDH’s staff have put in to ensure the high quality of this programme has paid off. This gives us confirmation that together we are making sure that MDH offers our students high quality education, which is always our aim, says Vice-Chancellor Karin Röding.