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MAB2022-11-29T15:07:47+00:00

MAB

The Hungarian Accreditation Committee is a national-level, independent body of experts tasked with the external evaluation of the quality of educational and related research activities and the internal quality assurance (QA) systems of higher education institutions in Hungary. It operates within the scope of the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area (ESG). The Board is comprised of 20 higher education experts, students and external stakeholders and is the highest decision-making board. It determines the by-laws, rules of procedure, organisational framework and evaluation and accreditation criteria and procedures, and passes resolutions on accreditation decisions. Expert committees and a Secretariat contribute to its operations.

In addition, the MAB has two statutory boards, a Financial Supervisory Board and a Board of Appeals. The latter board of three independent members handles appeals against the MAB’s decisions and, in line with internal regulations, may deal with complaints against procedures. An International Advisory Board provides guidance and recommendations for the MAB’s work.

The MAB scope of activities extends to

  • initial (ex ante) accreditation of new institutions
  • initial evaluation of education and learning outcome framework requirements of Vocational Education and Training (VET) programmes
  • initial evaluation of education and learning outcome framework requirements of Bachelor programmes;
  • initial evaluation of education and learning outcome framework requirements of Master programmes;
  • initial accreditation of VET programmes;
  • initial accreditation of Bachelor programmes;
  • initial accreditation of Master programmes;
  • initial accreditation of new doctoral schools at universities;
  • accreditation (ex post) of institutions in five-year cycles;
  • accreditation of doctoral schools in maximum five-year cycles.

The MAB may evaluate running Bachelor and Master programmes if requested by an institution or the ministry. Additionally, it evaluates applications for awarding university professor positions.

The National Higher Education Act of 2011, lists some 70 higher education institutions operating in Hungary. In order to receive state recognition and to issue degrees, all higher education institutions, including private ones, must be accredited. Denominational higher education institutions receive state financing similar to state institutions and are accredited but the MAB’s mandate pertains only to secular programmes. Foreign higher education institutions are also required to be evaluated in order to receive license to operate from the Educational Authority of the Ministry of National Resources. A precondition is that they are legally recognized as HEI in their home country.

Mission statement

The Hungarian Accreditation Committee is a national expert board for monitoring, safeguarding and evaluating the quality of teaching, scientific research and artistic activities in higher education.

Its key task is to provide evaluation services to facilitate high standards of learning in Hungarian higher education institutions and to promote quality assurance to support all levels of education and all stakeholders involved. The MAB works in line with the laws relevant to higher education, performs the tasks assigned to it, meets the ESG 2015 criteria and proceeds in line with the objective, complex and modern guidelines developed by its disciplinary committees and the MAB Board. Through its activities, the MAB promotes the independence of operations. It applies, develops and/or adapts assessment methodologies conforming to international standards. The MAB’s work as an expert, accreditor, analyst and submitter of proposals follows the values specified in the international standards, is based on objective criteria and is independent, unbiased and free from politics. Through all of its activities, the MAB endeavours to solidify the quality culture of higher education institutions in order to improve the standards of Hungarian higher education and strengthen its international reputation.

Throughout its processes, the MAB consistently applies the ESG quality assurance criteria and adheres to the values adopted by ENQA and reflected in the MAB Strategy

(1) Transparency: the MAB makes the principles underlying its decisions and analyses public, and publishes its position statements as well as the criteria used in its decision-making and analysis.

(2) Independence: autonomy in its operations ensures and facilitates the high standards and recognition of the work performed by the MAB, while its independence as an organisation guarantees respect and support for the autonomy of higher education institutions.

(3) Cooperation: the MAB regularly consults higher education stakeholders and works with higher education bodies, peer agencies in quality assurance and reputable international quality assurance organisations.

(4) Integrity: the MAB acts in an irreproachable, fair, unbiased, objective and professional manner at all times.

Key goals:

  • To protect all stakeholders in higher education with regard to quality.
  • To support the improvement of quality standards in higher education.
  • To report on the quality of higher education to the government and to Hungarian society.

The MAB performs quality certification services by assessing whether an institution or programme meets the quality criteria specified and published by the MAB in advance. The MAB will grant accreditation to an institution or programme if it meets these criteria. The core activity of the MAB is therefore the accreditation of institutions.

Additional tasks include the evaluation of university professor applications, commenting on the doctoral and habilitation policies of institutions, and formulating opinions on various issues concerning the quality of higher education.

  • Standards and guidelines for quality assurance in the European Higher Education Area

Organisational Structure

MAB Board2022-11-14T16:48:32+00:00

Section 71(1) of Act CCIV of 2011 on national higher education specifies that the MAB Board has 20 members. Nine members are delegated by the minister, two by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, one by the Hungarian Academy of Arts, three by the Hungarian Rectors’ Conference, two by religious legal entities maintaining higher education institutions, one by the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, one by the National Union of Students in Hungary, and one by the National Association of Doctoral Students. Members of the MAB Board are appointed for a term of six years by the Prime Minister upon the proposal of the minister responsible for education. Their mandate can be renewed for one additional term. (The member delegated by the National Association of Doctoral Students is appointed by the Prime Minister for two years.) Members of the Board – with the exception of the person delegated by the National Association of Doctoral Students – are required to hold a doctoral degree or equivalent. Members of the Higher Education Planning Committee as well as rectors and government officials are barred from membership.

Act CCIV of 2011 on national higher education specifies that for the 6-year term beginning on 1 March 2012, the President of the MAB is proposed jointly by the minister responsible for education and the president of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences from among the members of the MAB Board. The President is appointed by the Prime Minister. The position of the President of the MAB has been held by Dr Valéria Csépe since 1 June 2016.

Board members of the Hungarian Accreditation Committee (since 1 March 2018

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position Delegating party
Valéria Csépe

President

(since 1 March 2018)

full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) cognitive psychology and neuroscience research professor, Brain Imaging Centre, Research Centre for Natural Sciences; university professor, University of Pannonia Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Minister of Human Capacities
István Greiner
Vice President (since 28 January 2022)
CSc bio-, environmental and chemical engineering sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, chemical sciences research director, Gedeon Richter Plc. Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Gábor Hamza

Vice President (since 1 March 2018)

full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) law and political sciences university professor,

Eötvös Loránd University

Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Gyula Bakacsi

(since 1 March 2018)

CSc business administration and management university professor,

Budapest Business School; university  professor, Eötvös Loránd University

Hungarian Rectors’ Conference
Éva Dr. Bácsné Bába

(since 1 December 2021)

PhD health and sports sciences University of Debrecen, university  professor

Minister of Ministry of Innovation and Technology

László Buday

(since 13 September 2019)

full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) biological and theoretical medical sciences director, Institute of Enzymology, Research Centre for Natural Sciences;

university professor, Semmelweis University

Minister of Human Capacities
Márton Csanády

(since 1 March 2018)

PhD multidisciplinary social sciences college professor, Budapest Metropolitan University;

director of communication and research, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary

Minister of Human Capacities
Sándor Dévényi

(since 1 March 2018)

DLA, full member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts (MMA) architectural sciences professor emeritus, University of Pécs Hungarian Academy of Arts
Ferenc Gazdag

(since 1 March 2018)

DSc political sciences university professor, National University of Public Service Hungarian Rectors’ Conference
Krisztina Károly

(since 1 March 2018)

DSc linguistics university professor, Eötvös Loránd University Minister of Human Capacities
László L. Kiss

(since 1 March 2018)

full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) physical sciences director general, Konkoly Thege Miklós Astronomical Institute, MTA Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences Hungarian Academy of Sciences
László T. Kóczy

(since 1 March 2018)

DSc computer sciences, electrical engineering sciences university professor, Széchenyi István University Hungarian Rectors’ Conference
Barna Mezey

(since 1 March 2018

DSc law and political sciences university professor, Eötvös Loránd University; university professor, Széchenyi István University Minister of Human Capacities
Veronika Müller

(since 1 December 2021)

DSc clinical medicine Semmelweis University, university professor Minister of Ministry of Innovation and Technology
Judit Podráczky

(since 1 March 2018)

PhD education sciences associate professor, University of Kaposvár Minister of Human Capacities
Enikő Sepsi

(since 1 March 2018)

PhD literary and cultural studies, media and communication sciences, art, theatre studies head of institute and university professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary; director of Benda Kálmán College for Advanced Studies (Humanities and Social Sciences) Reformed Church
István Seszták

(since 1 March 2018)

PhD theology college professor, St. Athanasius Greek Orthodox Theological College Catholic Church
Dániel Molnár president, Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Candidates (DOSZ) Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Candidates
Péter Tóth

(since 1 March 2018)

full member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts (MMA) music university professor, University of Szeged Minister of Human Capacities
Barbara Menyhárt National Union of Students in Hungary, Foreign Program Manager National Union of Students in Hungary

Invited members

Name Degree/title/membership Organization
László György PhD Ministry of Culture and Innovation
(KIM)
László Csernoch

(since 1 January 2014)

DSc Hungarian Doctoral Council (ODT)
Tamás Dezső

(since 11 March 2019

PhD Higher Education Planning Board (FTT)
Sándor Brassói
PhD Educational Authority (OH)
Balázs Hankó
PhD Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM)
László Borhy
full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) Hungarian Rectors’ Conference (MRK)
Secretary General2021-01-18T10:38:48+00:00

Ádám Kégler, PhD

Disciplinary committees

Disciplinary committees of the MAB are composed of permanent external members (appointed for a specific cycle). In addition, the MAB also invites additional experts on an ad hoc basis to be members of Visiting Committees and to evaluate applications for new education and learning outcome framework requirements and new study programmes, university professor applications etc.

Committee for Agricultural Science2022-10-27T11:21:36+00:00

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
Tamás Németh
Chair (since 13 September 2019)
full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) crop and horticultural sciences research professor, Institute for Soil Sciences and Agricultural Chemistry, Centre for Agricultural Research; research professor, University Of Public Service
Miklós Mézes
Co-Chair (since 29 March 2018)
full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) animal husbandry science university professor, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
János Tamás
Co-Chair (member since 20 July 2018
co-chair since 30 October 2020)
DSc crop production and horticultural sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
Zsófia Bánfalvi
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc biological sciences scientific advisor, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Sándor Cseh
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc veterinary sciences university professor, University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest
György Csóka
(since 29 March 2018)
CSc forestry and wildlife management sciences scientific advisor, University of Sopron
Péter Hajdú
(since 08 July 2022)
Association of PhD and DLA Candidates delegated (DOSZ), Univerity of Debrecen,
Lajos Helyes
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc; Corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences crop production and horticultural sciences university professor, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Cecília Hodúr
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc agricultural engineering sciences, food science university professor, University of Szeged
Imre Holb
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc crop production and horticultural sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
István Hullár
(since 29 March 2018)
CSc animal husbandry science associate professor, University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest
Ferenc Husvéth
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc animal husbandry science professor emeritus, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Ferenc Lakatos
(since 29 March 2018))
CSc forestry and wildlife management sciences university professor, University of Sopron
János Pauk
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc crop production and horticultural sciences scientific advisor, Cereal Research Non-Profit Ltd., National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre
Péter Pepó
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc crop production and horticultural sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
Rezső Schmidt
(since 20 July 2018)
CSc crop production and horticultural sciences university professor, University of Sopron
László Simon
(since 30 October 2020))
DSc agrochemistry, soil science, environment protection university professor, University of Nyíregyháza
Zoltán Szakály
(since 20 July 2018)
CSc business administration and management university professor, University of Debrecen
László Varga
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc food science university professor, Széchenyi István University
Tibor Zászlós
(since 08 July 2022)
Hungarian Chamber of Agriculture, vice president
Dávid Zelenák
(since 17 November 2020)
university student, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences; National Union of Students in Hungary delegated (HÖOK)
Committee for Art2022-11-02T11:55:40+00:00

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
Péter Tóth
Chair (since 29 March 2018)
full member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts (MMA) music university professor, University of Szeged
Tamás Lakner
Co-Chair (since 29 March 2018)
DLA music university professor, University of Pécs
Péter Baki
(since 16 July 2021)
PhD Art science MATE Kaposvár Campus Rippl-Rónai Art Institute, associate professor
Sándor Dévényi
(since 29 March 2018)
DLA architectural sciences university professor, University of Pécs
Borbála Dobozy
(since 25 September 2020)
music art university professor, Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music
Dániel Golden
(since 13 September 2019)
PhD literary and cultural studies, media and communication sciences, theatre arts  visiting lecturer, University of Theatre and Film Arts; visiting lecturer
Kinga Hamvai
(since 19 June 2020)
Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design; The Association of Hungarian Ph.D. and DLA Students delegated
Márta Kisfaludy
(since 29 March 2018)
DLA applied arts university professor, Óbuda University
Pál Koós
(since 29 March 2018)
DLA applied arts associate professor, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design
Balázs Markó
(since 29 March 2018)
DLA architecture university professor, University of Sopron
Róbert Nátyi
(since 31 May 2019)
fine arts, art history and cultural history college associate professor, University of Szeged
György Salamon
(since 28 June 2018)
University of Pécs,  The National Union of Students in Hungary delegated
János Tari
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD film and video arts, multimedia arts, art, ethnography and cultural anthropology associate professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Committee for Economics2022-08-29T11:43:41+00:00

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
Gyula Bakacsi
Chair (since 22 July 2019)
CSc business administration and management university professor, Budapest Business School
Imre Fertő
Co-Chair (since 22 July 2019)
DSc business administration and management, economics university professor, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Krisztina Dajnoki
(since 22 July 2019)
PhD human resource management associate professor, University of Debrecen
Krisztina Demeter
(since 22 July 2019)
DSc business administration and management, management of value creating processes university professor, Corvinus University of Budapest
Beáta Farkas
(since 22 July 2019)
CSc economics university professor, University of Szeged
Tamás Hardi
(since May 27 2022)
PhD regional sciences Széchenyi István University, professor
Mihály Horváth
(since 11 September 2019)
   business administration and management, linguistics Eötvös Loránd University; National Union of Students in Hungary delegated
Kornélia Kiss
(since 22 July 2019)
PhD business administration and management associate professor, Corvinus University of Budapest
Zalán Klauda
(since 08 July 2022)
    Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Candidates, Budapesti Corvinus University
Márta Konczos Szombathelyi
(since 22 July 2019)
PhD business administration and management, communication university professor, Széchenyi István University
Miklós Losoncz
(since 22 July 2019)
DSc business administration and management, economics

university professor, Budapest Business School

András Nemeslaki
(since May 27 2022) 
CSc management and organizational sciences Budapest University of Technology and Economics, professor
Mihály Ormos
(since 22 July 2019)
PhD business administration and management university professor, Eötvös Loránd University; university professor
István Piskóti
(since 22 July 2019)
CSc, PhD business administration and management university professor, University of Miskolc
Gábor Rappai
(since 22 July 2019)
DSc economics, business administration and management university professor, University of Pécs
Péter Sasvári
(since May 27 2022) 
PhD management and organization sciences, public administration sciences University of Public Service, associate professor
Éva Sándor Kriszt
(since 22 July 2019)
PhD economics, statistics university professor, Budapest Business School
István Szabó
(since 08 July 2022)
PhD    
László Szerb
(since 22 July 2019)
DSc business administration and management university professor, University of Pécs
Tamás Tóth
(since 22 July 2019)
PhD economy development, territorial development, regional economy development university professor, Kodolányi János University
Zoltán Veres
(since 22 July 2019)
CSc business administration and management university professor, University of Pannonia
Committee for Engineering and Technology2022-08-29T11:35:16+00:00

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
László T. Kóczy
Chair (since 29 March 2018)
DSc computer sciences, electrical engineering sciences university professor, Széchenyi István University
Károly Jármai
Co-Chair (since 29 March, 2018)
DSc civil engineering sciences, mechanical engineering sciences university professor, University of Miskolc
Katalin Bélafi Bakó
(since 29 March, 2018)
DSc bio-, environmental and chemical engineering sciences university professor, University of Pannonia
Charaf Hassan
(since 25 March 2022)
DSc computer sciences university professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Rudolf Ferenc
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD computer sciences associate professor, University of Szeged
Zsolt Haig
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD military engineering sciences university professor, National University of  Public Service
Béla Horváth
(since 29 March 2018)
CSc agricultural engineering sciences, mechanical engineering sciences professor emeritus, Eötvös Loránd University
Zoltán Hórvölgyi
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc chemical sciences university professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Zsolt Csaba Johanyák
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD computer sciences vice dean for science, John von Neumann University; college professor, John von Neumann University
János Juhász
(since 08. July 2022)
 The Association of Hungarian PhD. and DLA Students delegated, University of Miskolc
Attila József Kovács
(since 29 March 2018))
PhD agricultural engineering science, materials sciences and technologies, food science associate professor, Széchenyi István University
Gabriella Medvegy
(since 1 February 2019)
DLA university professor, University of Pécs
Gábor Mucsi
(since 29 January 2021)
PhD earth sciences, materials science and technology university professor, University of Miskolc
Ákos Nemcsics
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc materials sciences and technologies university professor, Óbuda University
Péter Németh
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD transportation and vehicle engineering sciences associate professor, Széchenyi István Universitys
György Paál
(since 30 October 2020)
DSc mechanical engineering sciences university professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Zoltán Pekár
(since 26 April 2019)
Budapest University of Technology and Economics; National Union of Students in Hungary delegated
Tamás Perényi
(since 29 March 2018
DLA architectural science associate professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Zoltán Rajnai
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD military sciences, military engineering sciences university professor, Óbuda University
Péter Balázs Turmezei
(since 08. July 2022)
PhD computer science Director of Research and Development, Siemens Hungary Zrt, Budapest
Committee for Humanities2022-11-04T13:56:48+00:00

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
Krisztina Károly
Chair (since 29 March 2018)
DSc linguistics university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
Elek Benkő
Co-Chair (since 29 March 2018)
corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) history and archaeological sciences Institute of Archaeology, MTA Research Centre for the Humanities
Kinga German
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD art management, art history and cultural history associate professor, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design
Zoltán Gyenge
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc philosophy university professor, University of Szeged
Ildikó Horn
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc history university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
János Horváth
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc psychological sciences Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, MTA Research Centre for Natural Sciences
András Jancsó
(since 28 June 2018)
Pázmány Péter Catholic University, National Union of Students in Hungary delegated
Róbert Keményfi
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc ethnography and cultural antropology university professor, University of Debrecen
Mária Kurdi
(since 13 December 2018)
DSc literary and cultural studies professor emerita, University of Pécs
András Máté-Tóth
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc philosophy, religious studies university professor, University of Szeged
Sándor Maticsák
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc linguistics university professor, University of Debrecen
György Molnár
(since 27 April 2018)
PhD education sciences associate professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Viktória Pató
(since 11 October 2019)
University of Public Service, Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Candidates delegated
Bernadette Péley
(since 13 December 2019)
PhD psychological sciences university professor, University of Pécs
Gabriella Pusztai
(since 27 April 2018)
DSc education sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
Enikő Sepsi
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD literary and cultural studies, media and communication sciences, art, theatre studies dean, head of department, university professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Róbert Somos
(since 24 July 2020)
philosophy university professor, University of Pécs
Committee for Medical and Health Sciences2022-10-12T15:48:36+00:00

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
László Mátyus
Chair (since 17 September 2021)
DSc theoretical medical sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
Gábor L. Kovács
Co-Chair (since 29 March 2018)
full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) health sciences, theoretical medical sciences, clinical medical sciences university professor, University of Pécs
András Kaposi
(since 29 March 2018)
CSc biological sciences, theoretical medical sciences associate professor, Semmelweis University
Péter Zoltán Álmos

(since July 2022)
PhD clinical sciences vice president, Hungarian Medical Chamber
Margit Balázs
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc health sciences, theoretical medical sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
Zoltán Balogh
(since 27 April 2018)
PhD health sciences college professor, Semmelweis University
Mihály Boros
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc theoretical medical sciences, clinical medical sciences university professor, University of Szeged
Andrea Ficzere
(since 08 July 2022)
PhD health sciences director, Semmelweis University Uzsoki Utcai Hospital
Mária Figler
(since 28 March 2018)
PhD health sciences, food sciences, clinical medical sciences university professor, University of Pécs
Gábor Gerber
(since 29 March 2018)
CSc biological sciences, theoretical medical sciences associate professor, Semmelweis University
Rolland Gyulai
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc clinical medical sciences university professor, University of Pécs
Judit Hohmann
(since 29 March 2018)
Corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences pharmaceutical sciences university professor, University of Szeged
Judit Horváth
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD theoretical medical sciences associate professor, University of Pécs
Lajos Kemény
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc clinical medical sciences university professor, University of Szeged
Emília Madarász
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc biological sciences professor emeritus, MTA Institute of Experimental Medicine; professor emeritus, Semmelweis University
Veronika Müller
(since 17 December 2021)
DSc clinical medical sciences university professor, Semmelweis University
Zoltán Zsolt Nagy
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc health sciences, clinical medical sciences university professor, Semmelweis University; dean, Semmelweis University
György Panyi
(since 27 April 2018)
DSc biological sciences, theoretical medical sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
Csaba Polgár
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc health sciences university professor, Semmelweis University
Mohamed Sayed-Ahmad
(since 18 December 2020)
University of Debrecen; National Union of Students in Hungary delegated
Gyula Sáry
(since 24 April 2020)
DSc theoretical medical sciences university professor, University of Szeged
András Szilágyi
(since 26 March 2021)
University of Debrecen; The Association of Hungarian PhD. and DLA Students delegated
Péter Szűcs
(since 9 March 2018)
PhD biological sciences associate professor, University of Debrecen
Committee for Natural Sciences2022-08-29T15:53:30+00:00

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
László L. Kiss
Chair (since 29 March 2018)
full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) physical sciences director general, Konkoly Thege Miklós Astronomical Institute, MTA Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences; honorary university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
László Szunyogh
Co-Chair (since 29 March 2018)
DSc physical sciences university professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Márton Balogh
(siunce 08 July 2022)
The Association of Hungarian PhD. and DLA Students delegated, University of Pécs
Zoltán Berente
(since 22 May 2020)
PhD chemical sciences associate professor, Medical School, University of Pécs
György Gát
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc mathematical and computational sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
István Geresdi
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc earth sciences university professor, University of Pécs
Miklós Hoffmann
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc computer sciences, mathematical and computational sciences university professor, Eszterházy Károly University
Márk Jelasity
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc computer sciences, mathematical and computational sciences university professor, University of Szeged
Ferenc Kun
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc physics, material sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
András Liker
(since 12 December 2019)
PhD biological sciences, environmental sciences university professor, University of Pannonia
József Pálfy
(since 29 March 2018)
corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) earth sciences university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
Katalin Posta
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc biological sciences university professor, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Rita Skodáné Földes
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc chemical sciences university professor, University of Pannonia
Szabolcs Szalai
(since 26 April 2019)
University of Debrecen; National Union of Students in Hungary delegated
György Tarczay
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc chemical sciences university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
Ágota Tóth
(since 29 March 2018))
DSc chemical sciences university professor, University of Szeged
Péter Török
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc environmental sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
Committee for Social Sciences2022-10-12T12:06:29+00:00

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
István Stipta
Chair (since 22 July 2019)
member (since 1 February 2010)
CSc law and political sciences university professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Ferenc Gazdag
Co-Chair (since 29 March 2018)
DSc political sciences university professor, National University of  Public Service
Barna Mezey
Co-Chair (since 22 July 2019)
DSc law and political sciences university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
Petra Aczél
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD media and communication sciences university professor, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest
Zoltán Balázs
(since 29 March, 2018)
DSc political sciences university professor, Corvinus University of Budapest
Gyula Bándi
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc law and political sciences university professor, Pázmány Péter Catholic University
Andrea Tünde Barabás
(since 22 July 2019)
CSc law and political sciences university professor, National University of  Public Service
Márton Csanády
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD multidisciplinary social sciences college professor, Budapesti Metropolitan University; director of research and communication, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Judit Csoba
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD sociology university professor, University of Debrecen
Kristóf Dallman
(since 19 September 2019)
The National Union of Students in Hungary delegated, Pázmány Péter Catholic University
Gábor Hamza
(since 29 March 2018)
full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) law and political sciences university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
Miklós Horváth
(since 29 March 2018)
DSc military sciences university professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Boglárka Koller
(since 22 July 2019)
PhD political sciences associate professor, National University of  Public Service
Csaba Makó
(since 18 Dcember 2020)
DsC economics, sociology professor emeritus, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
László Nemes
(since 20 July 2018)
Eötvös Loránd University; The Association of Hungarian PhD. and DLA Students delegated
Gábor Polyák
(since 22 July 2019)
PhD law, media and communications Eötvös Loránd University, associate professor
Miklós Szabó
(since 22 July 2019)
CSc law and political sciences professor emeritus, University of Miskolc
Zsolt Szomora
(since 22 July 2019)
PhD law and political sciences university professor, University of Szeged
Committee for Sport Science2022-10-21T11:24:54+00:00

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
László Balogh
Chair (since 17 September 2021)
PhD sport sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
Pongrác Ács
(Co-chair since 21 October 2022)
PhD health sciences, sport sciences university professor, University of Pécs
Éva Bácsné Bába
(since 27 April 2018)
PhD sport sciences, health sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
György Bárdos
(since 25 March 2022)
DSc sport sciences Eötvös Loránd University, professor emeritus
Gyöngyi Földesiné Szabó
(since 27 March 2018)
Dsc sport sciences professor emerita, Hungarian University of Physical Education and Sports Science
Andrea Gáldiné Gál
(2022.03.25-től)
PhD sport sciences associate professor, Hungarian University of Physical Education and Sports Science
Pál Hamar
(since 27 April 2018)
DSc education sciences, sport sciences university professor, Hungarian University of Physical Education and Sports Science
Ferenc Ihász
(since 27 April 2018))
PhD health sciences, sport sciences university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
Viktor Kiss
(since 26 April 2019)
Pázmány Péter Catholic University, National Union of Students in Hungary delegated (HÖOK)
Csaba Attila Lengyel
(since 27 April 2018)
PhD theoretical medical sciences, clinical medical sciences university professor, University of Szeged
Dániel Molnár
(since 26 April 2019)
University of Debrecen, The Association of Hungarian PhD. and DLA Students delegated
Erzsébet Rétsági
(since 27 April 2018)
CSc sport sciences honorary university professor, University of Pécs

Other committees

College for Programme Accreditation2022-09-22T11:33:03+00:00
Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
Enikő Sepsi

Chair (since 18 December 2020)

PhD literary and cultural studies, media and communication sciences, art, theatre studies head of institute, university professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
János Abonyi

co-chair (since 29 March 2021)

DSc bio-, environmental and chemical engineering sciences, computer sciences university professor, University of Pannonia
Judit Csoba

(since 29 January 2021)

PhD sociology university professor, University of Debrecen
József Bognár

(since 29 January 2021)

PhD health sciences, education sciences, sport sciences university professor, Eszterházy Károly University
Gabriella Rácsok

(since 29 January 2021)

PhD theology (ethics) college associate professor, Reformed Theological Academy of Sárospatak
Mária Figler

(since 29 January 2021)

PhD health sciences, food sciences, clinical medicine, clinical dietetics and nutrition university professor, University of Pécs
Dóra Pődör

(since 29 January 2021)

PhD linguistics associate professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Károly Jármai

(since 29 January 2021)

DSc mechanical engineering sciences, civil engineering sciences, university professor, University of Miskolc
Gábor Jakab

(since 29 January 2021)

PhD biological sciences, environmental sciences university professor, University of Pécs
Krisztián Józsa (since 29 January 2021 PhD education sciences university professor, University of Szeged, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Gergely Rosta

(since 29 January 2021)

PhD sociology associate professor, Pázmány Péter Catholic University
Ágnes Bán

(since 29 January 2021)

clinical medical sciences associate professor, University of Pécs
Andrea Dúll (since 29 January 2021) DSc media and communication sciences, psychological sciences university professor, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Viktória Lilla Pató
(since 26 February 2021)
administrative sciences University of Public Service Faculty of Public Administration, vice president, Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Candidates
Csaba Borbély
(since 26 March 2021)
PhD food sciences, management and organization sciences MATE Kaposvár Campus
Csaba Kutnyánszky
(since 26 March 2021)
DLA music Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music university professor
College for University Professor Applications2022-10-27T12:51:20+00:00
Name Degree/title Committee Place of work and position
László L. Kiss
(chair)(since 15 October 2021)
full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) Committee for Natural Sciences director general and research professor, Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences
Tamás Németh
(co-chair since 13 December 2019; member since 15 October 2019)
full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) Committee for Agricultural Sciences research professor, Institute for Soil Sciences and Agricultural Chemistry, Centre for Agricultural Research;

research professor, University Of Public Service

Gyula Bakacsi

(since 15 October 2019)

CSc Committee for Economics university professor, Budapest Business School
László Balogh

(since 17 September 2021)

PhD Committee for Sport Science university professor, University of Debrecen; DI 171, University of Pécs
Valéria Csépe

(since 15 October 2019)

full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) President of the Hungarian Accreditation Committee (MAB) research professor, Research Centre for Natural Sciences;

university professor, University of Pannonia

Krisztina Károly

(since 15 October 2019)

DSc Committee for Humanities university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
László T. Kóczy

(since 15 October 2019)

DSc Committee for Engineering and Technology university professor, Széchenyi István University
László Mátyus
(since 17 September 2021)
DSc Committee for Medical and Health Sciences university professor, University of Debrecen
István Seszták

(since 15 October 2019)

PhD Committee for Theology college professor, St. Athanasius Greek Orthodox Theological College
István Stipta

(since 15 October 2019)

CSc Committee for Social Sciences university professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Péter Tóth

(since 15 October 2019)

full member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts (MMA) Committee for Art university professor, University of Szeged
College for Doctoral Accreditation2022-07-11T09:15:42+00:00
Name Degree/title Discipline Place of work and position
László Buday (Chair) (since 01 January 2020) full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences natural sciences/biology research professor, Institute of Enzymology, Research Centre for Natural Sciences; university professor, Semmelweis University
László L. Kiss (Co-chair) (since 01 January 2020) full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) natural sciences/physics director general, Astronomical Institute, Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences, Honorary Professor at Eötvös Loránd University
Andrea Mikáczó Miskolciné  (since 27 November 2020) PhD social sciences / management and organizational sciences associate professor, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Henriett Primecz (since 24 January 2020) PhD social sciences/business administration and management university professor, Corvinus University of Budapest
János D. Mekis (since 15 October 2019) PhD, habilitation humanities/literary and cultural studies associate professor, University of Pécs
László Kollár (since 15 October 2019) full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) engineering sciences/civil engineering university professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
László Nemes (since 15 October 2019) humanities/literary and cultural studies PhD candidate, Eötvös Loránd University
László Varga  (since 08 July 2022) DSc, habilitation agricultural sciences/food sciences/food microbiology university professor, Széchenyi István University
Márta Széll  (since 08 July 2022) DSc medical and health sciences, clinical medicine  university professor, University of Szeged
Márton Szentpéteri (since 15 October 2019) PhD, habilitation humanities/art history and cultural history; art university professor, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design
Péter Smuk (since 26 February 2021) PhD, habilitation social sciences / political and legal sciences university professor, National University of Public Service
Tamás Béres (since 24 January 2020) PhD, habilitation theology university professor, Lutheran Theological University
Zoltán  Musinszki (since 27 November 2020) PhD social sciences / management and organizational sciences associate professor, University of Miskolc
Zsuzsa Wopera (since 15 October 2019) PhD social sciences/law and political sciences university professor, University of Miskolc
Committee on Legal Issues2021-05-03T07:02:26+00:00
Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
Gábor Hamza

Chair

full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) law and political sciences university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
Márta Görög

Co-Chair

PhD law and political sciences university professor, University of Szeged
Péter Levente Lakatos

Secretary

law and political sciences deputy director, Hungarian Accreditation Committee (MAB)
Gyula Berke PhD law and political sciences associate professor, University of Pécs
Ádám Boóc PhD law and political sciences associate professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Péter Halmai corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) gazdálkodás- és szervezéstudományok, business administration and management, economics, regional studies Budapesti Műszaki és university professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics; university professor, National University of Public Service
István Horváth PhD law and political sciences associate professor, Eötvös Loránd University
György Kiss corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) law and political sciences university professor, University of Pécs; university professor, National University of Public Service
István Stipta DSc law and political sciences university professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Committee for Quality Assurance, Development and Strategy2021-09-16T13:46:26+00:00
Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
Melinda Kovács

Chair (since 27 November 2020)

full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) veterinary sciences, animal husbandry science university profesor, Szent István University
Gyula Bakacsi

(since 27 November 2020)

CSc business administration and management university professor, Budapest Business School; university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
József Berács

(since 29 November 2020)

Dsc business administration and management university professor, Corvinus University of Budapest
László Bodorkós

(since 27 November 2020)

computer sciences, education sciences retired university chief advisor, University of Sopron (earlier: University of West Hungary)
Tibor Csimadia

(since 27 November 2020)

PhD business administration and management associate professor, University of Pannonia
Gyöngyvér Hervai Szabó

(since 27 November 2020)

CSc business administration and management, art management, political sciences, regional studies, sociology college professor, Kodolányi János University
László L. Kiss

(since 27 November 2020)

full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) physical sciences director general, Konkoly Thege Miklós Astronomical Institute, MTA Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences
Gergely Kováts

(since 27 November 2020)

PhD business administration and management associate professor, Corvinus University of Budapest
Csaba Makó

(since 27 November 2020)

DsC economics professor emeritus, Szent István University/National University of Public Service; research professor, Research Department for Social Integration and Social Policy, MTA Centre for Social Sciences
Márton Vilmányi

(since 27 November 2020)

PhD business administration and management associate professor, University of Szeged
Mária Figler

(since 27 November 2020)

PhD health sciences university professor, University of Pécs
Barna Mezey

(since 27 November 2020)

DSc law and political sciences university professor, Eötvös Loránd University; university professor, Széchenyi István University
Enikő Sepsi

(since 27 November 2020)

PhD literary and cultural studies, media and communication sciences, art, theatre studies head of institute, university professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary, director of Benda Kálmán College for Advanced Studies (Humanities and Social Sciences)
László Murai

(since 27 November 2020)

Chair, National Union of Students in Hungary
Róbert Pónusz

(since 27 November 2020)

vice president, Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Candidates (DOSZ)
Committee for Teacher Training2022-10-12T15:53:29+00:00

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
Judit Podráczky
Chair (since 29 March 2018)
PhD education sciences associate professor, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
András Benedek
Co-Chair (since 29 March 2018)
DSc education sciences university professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Magdolna Chrappán
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD education sciences college associate professor, University of Debrecen
Sándor Cseh
(since 29 March 2018
PhD education sciences college professor, Széchenyi István University
Balázs Fűzfa
(since 15 November 2019)
PhD literary and cultural studies associate professor, Eötvös Loránd University
Aranka Híves-Varga
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD education sciences associate professor, University of Pécs
Zoltán Homonnay
(since 29 March 2018
DSc chemical sciences university professor, Eötvös Loránd University
Anikó Illés
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD education sciences, psychological sciences associate professor, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design
Krisztián Józsa
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD education sciences university professor, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
György Kurucz
(since 29 March 2018)
CSc history university professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Ferenc Munkácsy
(since 08 July 2022)
CSc Új Munkaügyi Szemle, Budapest, chairman of the editorial board
Gabriella Papp
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD education sciences college professor, Eötvös Loránd University
György Révész
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD psychological sciences visiting lecturer, University of Pécs
Attila Smuta
(since 29 March 2018)
DLA music college professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church
Ildikó Szabó
(since 8 July 2022)
PhD educational sciences Petőfi Sándor Catholic Primary School and Kindergarten, Kecskemét, Director
Katalin Thiel
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD philosophy college professor, Eszterházy Károly College
Committee for Multidisciplinary Programmes2021-05-05T17:34:52+00:00

The Multidisciplinary Committee deals with cases regarding the establishment or launch of those academic programmes whose disciplines belong to more than two expert committees.

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
Barna Mezey

Chair (since 24 July 2020)

DSc law and political sciences university professor, Eötvös Loránd University; university professor, Széchenyi István University
Péter Török

Co-Chair

(since 24 July 2020)

DSc environmental sciences associate professor, University of Debrecen
Péter Kovács

university student member (since 25 September 2020)

vice president, National Union of Students in Hungary

Further committee members – two members per concerned committee – are appointed by the chairs of the expert committees for each case to be discussed.

College of Religious Studies2022-11-04T13:54:35+00:00

Members

Name Degree/title/membership Field of expertise Place of work and position
István Seszták
Chair (since 29 March 2018)
PhD theology college professor, St. Athanasius Greek Orthodox Theological College
Sára Bodó
Co-Chair (since 29 March 2018)
PhD theology associate professor, Debrecen Reformed Theological University
Nándor Máté Birher
(since 25 March 2022)
PhD philosophy university professor, Pázmány Péter Catholic University
Magdolna Kapiller Bernadett
(since 26 February 2021)
Pázmány Péter Catholic University (The National Union of Students in Hungary)
András Korányi
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD theology university professor, Evangelical-Lutheran Theological University
Ferenc Pap
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD theology university professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary
Csaba Racs
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD theology college associate professor, Theological College of Eger
István Takács
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD history, religious studies college professor, Archiepiscopal Theological College of Veszprém
László Tóth-Soma
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD philosophy, theology, religious studies college professor and head of department, Bhaktivedanta College Budapest
Csaba Ungvári
(since 29 March 2018)
theology college associate professor, Pentecostal Theological College, Budapest
Szabolcs Varga
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD religious studies college associate professor,head of department, research associate,  Episcopal Theological College of Pécs
Krisztián Vincze
(since 29 March 2018)
PhD philosophy associate professor, Pázmány Péter Catholic University
Financial Supervisory Board2021-09-06T12:41:02+00:00

Financial Supervisory Board

Name

Degree/title/membership

Place of work and position

Delegating party

Mariann Veresné Somos CSc Miskolci Egyetem,

Dean, University of Miskolc

address: Egyetemváros 3515, Miskolc

Ministry of Human Capacities
Ádám Török
full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) Secretary General, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

address: 9, Széchenyi István tér, Budapest, 1051

Hungarian Academy of Sciences
János Józsa
full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) Dean, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

address: 3, Műegyetem rkp., Budapest, 1111

Hungarian Rectors’ Conference
Board of Appeals and Complaints2021-05-03T07:09:29+00:00

Board members

Name

Position

Start date of position

End date of position

Miklós Maróth Chair 15 February 2019
Attila Császár member 15 February 2019
Zoltán Nagy member 15 February 2019
Péter Levente Lakatos specialist 15 February 2019
International Advisory Board2022-10-10T14:55:44+00:00

The task of the IAB (International Advisory Board) is to follow the work of the MAB and to provide advise, especially in its annual meetings where, based on the MAB’s annual report and other documents, the IAB issues Recommendations. The MAB may also ask the IAB on occasion by mail to recommend experts for its external evaluations and to consult on other issues.

Members

Name Country/ Field of expertise About
Tove Bull

(since 2016)

Norway-linguistics Former rector of Tromsø University, former member of the Steering Committee of the European University Association Institutional Evaluation Program (EUA IEP). Professor Bull was a member of the review panel of the MAB for ENQA membership in 2008.
Guy Haug France/ political science and law From the University of Strasbourg, MBA from the University of Ottawa. Advisor to governments, international organisations, QA agencies, universities and higher education networks. Advisor to EUA in designing and setting up the “Bologna Process”, advisor to the European Commission for the inception and implementation of the ERASMUS Programme. Member of the Appeals Board of AQ Austria.
Achim Hopbach

(since 2014)

Austria/ history Managing director of the Austrian Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation, previously managing director of the German Accreditation Council, from 2009 to 2013 president of ENQA.
Lieudvika Leisyte

(since 2014)

Germany/ public policy Professor at Dortmund University’s Center for Higher Education, previously researcher at the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS) at Twente University, The Netherlands.
Lucka Lorber

(since 2016)

Slovenia/ geography Vice-Rector for Quality Development at Maribor University, an external expert evaluator of the National Agency for Quality Assurance of Slovenia (NAKVIS) and in the pool of experts of EUA IEP.
Mieczyslav Socha

(since 2014)

Poland/ economics Professor at the University of Warsaw and former vice-president of the Polish accreditation commission PKA. Former Board member of INQAAHE and CEENQA.
Hungarian Advisory Board2021-11-30T14:29:52+00:00

Members

 
Name Place of work and position
Gábor Bojár
(since 22 June 2018)
President of the Board of Directors, Graphisoft SE
István Petényi
(since 26 Ferbruary2021)
Managing Director, evosoft Hungary Kft.
András Háry
(since 22 June 2018)
Managing Director, Autóipari Próbapálya Zala Ltd. [Automotive Test Track Zala Ltd.]
Erzsébet Knáb
(since 22 June 2018)
Managing Director for Human Resources, Audi Hungaria
Gábor Szabó
(since 22 June 2018)
Managing Director, ELI-ALPS
Zita dr. Magyar
(since 26 November 2021)
Director, National Office of Vocational Education and Training and Adult
Learning
Erzsébet Dr. Németh
(since 26 November 2021)
Chairman, State Audit Office of Hungary
Katalin Süle
(since 26 November 2021)
National Vice-President for General Agricultural Affairs, Hungarian Chamber of Agriculture (As a delegate of President Balázs Győrffy), 
Gyula Dr. Kincses
(since 26 November 2021)
Chairman, Hungarian Medical Chamber
Tamás Bihall
(since 26 November 2021)
Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Indrustry, Vice-President for Education and Training
Péter Horváth
(since 26 November 2021)
Chairman, National Teachers Chamber

The MAB has been in numerous international events and organisations in quality assurance in higher education, and upholds extensive connections with individuals and organisations involved in international quality assurance. As part of its work in this area, the MAB contributed to the development of various quality assurance principles of the Bologna Process, including the ESG (Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area).

MAB has been a member of ENQA (European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education) since its establishment in 2002. Since 2008 the MAB undergoes an evaluation coordinated by ENQA to assess its compliance with the ESG as a condition of membership. The president, secretary general and staff members of the MAB regularly attend the General Assembly of ENQA, held every 6 months, and its various forums and seminars, thereby contributing to to the evolution of quality assurance in the European Higher Education Area.

Staff members of the MAB have been elected to the ENQA Board on various occasions, and have also participated in the evaluation of quality assurance agencies in other countries. Based on its compliance with the ESG, the MAB applied for listing in EQAR (European Quality Assurance Register) and has been in the Register since 2018.

The MAB was a founding member of CEENQA (Central and Eastern European Network of Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education), the Secretariat of which operated out of the MAB until 2016.

The MAB has also been an active participant in the institution evaluation programmes (IEP) of the EUA (European University Association). It has been involved in the work of its Board from time to time, and a MAB employee is regularly invited to be on its international visiting panel.

ENQA Follow up 2020

  • Higher Education Act CCIV of 2011
  • Government Decrees

Financial Reports 2020

Financial Reports 2019

Financial Reports 2018

Financial Reports 2017

Financial Reports 2016