Quality system

BBI has implemented a structured and documented internal quality assurance system, called QUALITY CARE (QC). The system takes into account the requirements of two competent bodies, the QAA (UK) and EFQM (EU).

Quality Assurance Agency (UK)

BBI is committed, through its QMU accreditation, to the principles of best practice in education, as set out in the UK Quality Code for Higher Education, developed by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA).

The Quality Code is a key benchmark for higher education. It sets out the academic standards that can be expected of a graduate, in terms of what they can know, do and understand on graduation, and describes the nature of the subject. The Quality Code sets out the expectations and practices that all higher education institutions are expected to meet.

European Foundation for Quality Management (EU)

BBI has adopted the eight core principles of "EXCELLENCE" as defined by EFQM - "EUROPEAN FOUNDATION FOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT" in its operations and management as an overarching concept, such as outcome orientation, student orientation, leadership and consistency of purpose, management by processes and evidence, development and involvement of people, continuous improvement, innovation and learning, development of partnerships and corporate social responsibility. It is the implementation of procedures, processes and systems used to manage and improve the quality of its teaching and all other activities, and to ensure relevance, goal orientation, quality and continuous evaluation and improvement of activities.