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The Quality Improvement Fund (QIF), which is the third component of the Tertiary Education Project, started in 2005. Its main objective is to provide support to improve the quality of Palestinian tertiary education institutions and programs so they are (i) relevant to the job market and economic development of Palestine; (ii) made competitive with international

The following categories of expenditure are eligible for financing under QIF: Equipment & Furniture Scientific journals and books International consultants and visiting scholars from overseas. Local consultants Overseas fellowships and internships Local fellowships and internships Overseas study tours Local

Eligibility for QIF Grants: Institutional Plans for Quality Assurance and Self- Evaluation All tertiary institutions (including universities and technical & university colleges) in the West Bank and Gaza which are licensed and accredited by the MOEHE are eligible to apply for QIF grants. Eligibility for applying for QIF grants is further dependent

QIF Primary Categories of Grants Applications for QIF grants will be welcomed from the following primary grant categories: Development of Pre-service Teacher Education Programs Timeframe for projects: 26 months Funding ceiling per approved project if involving two partners (one local and one international consultant/institution) in

An Overview The Palestinian government through its Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MOEHE) is implementing a Tertiary Education Project with the support of the World Bank group and the European Commission Technical Assistance Office (ECTAO). A major component of this Project is the creation and implementation of the Quality Improvement Fund

Appendix 1- QIF Application Form Appendix 2- QIF Checklist Appendix 3- External Evaluators Scoring Sheet Annex D- Grant Implementation Plan Annex G- Project Performance Indicators  Appendix 4- Form of QIF Grant Implementation Agreement