Quality Management

The planned private university for church and society (in German Privatuniversität für Kirche und Gesellschaft called PKG) endeavors to continuously improve the quality in the university’s core areas. The implementation of a system for quality management is based on an institutionalized quality control loop that applies to all levels of the PKG and determines and implements options for improvement in relation to the mission statement and to the agreed goals of the PKG. The planned PKG guarantees structures and procedures to ensure compliance with the rules of good academic practice.

Quality Control Loop (in German)


Phase 1: Quality Planning (Plan) - Analyzing, Developing Concepts

The analysis of the current situation and the identification of fields of action lead to management-relevant goals which are identified based on the PKG mission statement and the quality strategies of the development plan. These goals are specific, (empirically) measurable, conceptually intelligible, realistic, and correspond to international standards.

Phase 2: Quality Control (Do) - Testing Concepts, Optimizing

On the basis of the quality planning, appropriate measures for achieving the objectives are selected and implemented in the quality control for each area.

Phase 3: Quality Assurance (Check) - Evaluating, Defining New Standards

The results of quality control are verified in quality assurance. Problematic developments are identified in order to prevent promptly and counteract them.

Phase 4: Quality Improvement (Act) - Introducing New Standards

In quality improvement, successful measures for quality assurance are implemented on a large scale and as a new standard.


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