Quality management is becoming an important part of any organization if it is to maintain competitive advantage in the market. In order to maintain a strong educational environment, high quality standards, and properly manage and support programs, Al Zaytoonah University; located in Jordan/Amman, began an extensive restructuring of its departments based on total quality benchmarks assigned by the Ministry of Higher Education. This research aims to shed light on the effort Alzaytoonah University, is doing on implementing a Total Quality Management (TQM) System through applying a quality assurance system proposed by the Ministry of Education. Using the Quality Assurance System, the university hopes to achieve a system enabling it to properly manage its departments, improve its relationship with both faculty and students, and give it an advantage over other educational institutions. The research also explores the opinion of teachers about the effects of applying the (TQM) System. To measure the opinion of teachers about the (TQM) applications, a questionnaire was built and evaluated by peers. The research builds on data collected from teachers in Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences and researches faculty opinion on tracking the effects of applying the total quality system. The results of study will help the university to know the range of the success of its efforts to build and apply the total quality system. Finally, the research provides several suggestions on improving the total quality system application.
University Malaya enrols students from all states in Malaysia as well as a small number of students from overseas. The objective of this paper is to investigate the effect of past performance on students at three faculties, namely, Faculty of Economics and Administration(FEA), Faculty of Business and Accounting(FBA) and Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences(FASS). Students’ prior achievements include their entry scores or points in English language proficiency and mathematics at the Malaysian Certificate of Education (MCE) level. Other factors taken into consideration are gender of students and their ethnic origins. Research results show that entry points are an important factor in influencing students’ achievement in all three faculties. Apart from this, female students are found to have better results than their male counterparts in FBA and FASS. It was also found that mathematics performance at the MCE level is one of the influential factors for academic achievement in FBA.
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