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Quality management

Aalto’s quality system is a management tool for the realisation of the university’s quality policy. It defines the quality management organisation, division of responsibility, procedures and resources.

Quality policy and the PDCA principle are the basis of our quality management.

Quality system

Quality policy and system

The quality system is an entity of policies, procedures and processes.

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PDCA cycle

The quality management of Aalto University is based on the principle of continuous development, the PDCA cycle (Plan-do-Check-ACT).

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The organisation of quality management responsibilities at Aalto University is described below. Further details on the management of our operations within joint areas and schools are described in the management section of the Aalto Handbook.

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Quality management organisation

The quality system of Aalto University is an entity of policies, procedures and processes aimed at safeguarding and improving the quality of the university activities, its education, its research and other activities.

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Continuous improvement is at the heart of our quality management. The purpose of evaluations is to ensure the quality of and improve university activities and to embed the best joint operating methods in the organisation. Aalto University performs evaluations and surveys of different functions according to the university's evaluation programme. 

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Assesment and Feedback

The purpose of evaluations is to ensure the quality of and improve university activities and to embed the best joint operating methods in the organisation.

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