QualityLink aims to address all stakeholders’ needs by furnishing them with all relevant information about courses and micro-credentials from a diversity of sources to improve recognition decisions and allow learners to follow flexible learning pathways. Quality information on study programs and other courses is dispersed throughout many different platforms and sites and they are not interoperable.  

Through creating open standards and collaborating with a Standards Consultation Board, the project plans to create the infrastructure for aggregating quality information from a wide range of sources. One of the main goals of the project are the development of a platform that integrates data from different sources as well as the implementation of standards for the exchange of course information and quality data.

Full Project Name

QualityLink – Exchanging Quality Data across European Higher Education



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KIC's role

Building on its extensive expertise in the areas of tech interoperability, micro-credentials, and education quality, Knowledge Innovation Centre collaborates with the partners in the development of all project outputs. And in particular: assessing technical feasibility of aggregating data, co-leading the work on open standards for publishing and aggregating inter-operable quality information, as well as creating and piloting the one-stop-shop platform that aggregates quality information from different sources, building project website and designing other project branding materials.

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Collaborating with other organizations is an important part of our work. We are proud to work with a number of reputable partners. 

Outputs & publications

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the view only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsile for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.