The Law Faculty has established a special organizational unit for quality assurance whose primary task is to ensure the required quality of educational and scientific activities in compliance with the standards of the National Higher Education Council. The aim of the newly established system of quality management is to assure the high quality standards of educational, scientific research and professional activities for the purpose of the Faculty inclusion into the common European Academic Area and contribution to the development of the social community in the process of a general social transformation. The permanent development and advancement of quality assurance will guarantee the highest quality of the Faculty study programs, the teaching process, the scientific research and professional activities. The permanent development of the entire scope of Faculty activities and a comprehensive advancement of the quality culture will distinguish the Faculty of Law in Niš as a modern and appealing European law faculty, comparable with the prominent law faculties (of a similar profile and capacity) in the region.
Pursuant to the changes of the Faculty Statute (the Law Faculty Bulletin 136/08 of 7th March 2008), the Law Faculty in Niš established the Quality Board and the Committee for Monitoring and Development of the Studying Process.
In the course of preparing documentation for the Faculty accreditation, the Law Faculty in NiŠ has undertaken the process of self-evaluation in all areas of quality assurance in compliance with the Higher Education Act, the Rules on the Standards for Self-Evaluation and Quality Assessment in the Institutions of Higher Education issued by the National Higher Education Council (the Official Gazette of the RS, 106/2006), and the Rules on the Quality Assurance issued by the Faculty of Law in Niš (Law Faculty Bulletin, 104/2007). The Self-Evaluation Report offers the necessary information on all the aspects of quality assurance and a comprehensive assessment on the implementation of the accreditation requirements. The report findings will be used in the forthcoming period as the grounds for eliminating the observed shortcomings and improving the overall quality assurance system.