The Concepts of The Dep:

The quality of education can only be achieved by establishing a sound intellectual curriculum for this educational process, which includes adding to the student's science and knowledge, human relations systems, advanced communication, and other essentials that make the student life in the educational institution enjoyable, as well as the scientific material received under the concept of universal quality.

- Providing a clear vision, mission, and basic aims.

- Developing scientifically-based strategic plans for educational institutions and annual unit plans.

- Providing Clear, explicit, comprehensive, integrated, scientific, and reliable academic organisation.

- Providing clear, practical processes for quality standards.

- Providing quality training for quality management in educational institutions.

- Defining administrative positions in educational institutions.

- Providing well-educated administrators and personnel performed for positions.

- Promote understanding, cooperation, and strong human relations among educational professionals, and improve the educational process and its products.

- Creating School leaders' leadership and management skills.

- Creating Worker skills, knowledge, and attitudes.

- Focusing on developing processes more than assigning responsibilities.

- Ongoing work on improving and Strengthening measures to prevent the problem of school dropouts.

- Achieving the satisfaction of the student, parent, teacher, and societal satisfaction.

Obstacles of The Quality in Higher Education:

Despite the vogue of universal quality standards in various educational systems of developed countries and some developing countries, there are general organisational culture constraints on the application of universal quality in education, including National Quality Assurance and Accreditation (leadership - structures and systems - innovation). Inadequate academic, administrative, and financial conditions in educational institutions for universal quality: (Current education philosophy, objectives, structures and patterns of education from teacher performance, teaching staff, learning process, post-graduate education, scientific research, physical possibilities and financial finance).

In addition to the lack of participation of all staff in the application of comprehensive quality management and inadequate quality of service provided to students, the efficiency of the system of service delivery and student welfare, and the lack of linkages between academic curricula, university faculties, and labour market sectors as well as resistance to change from workers or departments, is a major problem, especially at the intermediate administrative levels.