Quality of Education:

The constant progress and modernization of all spheres of human life and the emergence of non-traditional educational environments have prompted a reevaluation of education's structure, goals, and aims at all levels. The most prominent have taken the initiative to seriously rethink the functions, goals, and means of educational institutions to achieve results consistent with labor market needs.

This concept's success in advanced industrial, commerce and technological organisations in developed countries has spurred educational institutions, especially universities, to undertake universal quality education. Because of intensive worldwide competition between Japanese, American, and European institutions, current notions are the world's best.

The concept of quality education:

The high cost of education due to global inflation, the poor quality of some educational outcomes, and the poor association with the labour market all affect development rates and society's ability to achieve its aspirations and objectives, making quality control a pressing issue in educational institutions and educational systems. Instruction, teacher hiring, and administrator professional development must all meet quality control standards.

The administrative and management system optimises raw materials, human capital, data, management practices, and technology. It's an integrated strategy applied across all sectors and levels of the education sector that allows educators to meet beneficiaries' requests. Inclusive quality management in university performance systems is the development key to transforming education, the economy, society, politics, and the environment.

Quality Characteristics in Education:

This approach emphasises teaching students to think creatively, critically, and intellectually. Consistency with school goals, where "education" means "transformation" and "advancing the student's intellectual ability", "the teacher is an educator and an active participant in education", and "education is considered as a lifetime process" and "educational outcomes" are constantly improved. To provide tools and standards for measuring performance and cutting expenses while achieving socially-demanded educational goals and meeting internal and external beneficiary demands.

Fields of Quality Application in Universities:

All accrediting organisations require top-notch university research (Assessment Of University Education). The main themes of quality control in education are educational management, programmes, regulations, school buildings and equipment, teaching methods, textbooks, financial resources, and the efficiency of the educational and administrative body. Iraqi universities should learn from their advanced counterparts.

A closer look at university performance and universities as educational organisations (education- society- sociocultural) reveals that none of the performance aspects can be addressed in isolation. Thus, present and future universities must have well-known areas that meet the aspirations of their graduates, society, bodies, and institutions. Focusing on universities as educational institutions rather than other roles has led to low performance and the absence of a truly university role in society, despite university teaching methods and attempts to overcome transient student performance constraints.