The 4th ASEAN Summit in 1992 called for ASEAN Member Countries to help "hasten the solidarity and development of a regional identity through the promotion of human resource development so as to further strengthen the existing network of leading universities and institutions of higher learning in the region." This idea led to the establishment of the AUN in November 1995 with the signing of its Charter by the Ministers responsible for higher education from six Member Countries, and with initial participation of eleven universities from the six countries. A Memorandum of Agreement on the establishment of the ASEAN University Network was subsequently signed by the presidents/rectors/vice-chancellors of the participating Member Universities. The Agreement mandated the formation of a Board of Trustees and a Secretariat headed by an Executive Director.

AUN-QA Actual Quality Assessment at Programme Level
Academic quality is a multi-dimensional concept in view of the varied stakeholders' needs and expectations. AUN recognizes the importance of quality in higher education, and the need to develop on holistic quality assurance system to raise academic standards and enhance education, research, and services among AUN Member Universities and non-Member Universities. AUN-QA has been fine-tuning the AUN-QA System since 1995 to support, enhance, and sustain the level of quality assurance practiced by higher education institutions in ASEAN. This is where QA practices are shared, tested, evaluated, and improved.
Certification Statement

Following the successful outcome of the process, a certificate will be issued with the statement:
ASEAN UNIVERSITY NETWORK certifies that the Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Engineering) of Naresuan University has been assessed and found to be in accordance with the requirements of the standard details of the ASEAN UNIVERSITY NETWORK QUALITY ASSURANCE (AUN-QA) from 21 September 2013 to 20 September 2017.

ONESQA (Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment)
ONESQA was established with the aims of developing the criteria and methods for external quality assessment; assessing educational achievements in order to check the quality of educational institutions, bearing in mind the objectives, principles and guidelines for educational provision at each level as stipulated in the national education law. External quality assessment of all educational institutions will be undertaken at least once every five years. The assessment outcomes will be submitted to the agencies concerned and the general public.

Naresuan University has been accredited by ONESQA for the third round educational standards from 2554 to 2558 B.E. The following faculties included in this assessment are:
      - Faculty of Medicine
      - Faculty of Dentistry
      - Faculty of Medical Science
      - Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
      - Faculty of Allied Health Sciences
      - Faculty of Nursing
      - Faculty of Public Health
      - Faculty of Science
      - Faculty of Agriculture
      - Nature Resources and Environment
      - Faculty of Engineering
      - Faculty of Architecture
      - School of Renewable Technology
      - Faculty of Humanities
      - Faculty of Social Sciences
      - Faculty of Education
      - Faculty of Law, and Faculty of Business Economics and Communications

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