Relevant Institutes of Higher Learning should go through quality auditing of the program. The Beijing Municipal Government Scholarship Program for International Students should undergo quality auditing and the overall program evaluation based on the Program Task List.
Quality auditing must be finished by the time designated by the Leadership Group for Establishing the Scholarship Program for International Students and in general it should be organized and launched by the institute of higher learning undertaking the program.
Procedure for quality auditing: the person in charge puts forward an application for quality auditing to the relevant administrative department of the institute of higher learning which forwards the materials to the Division of International Cooperation and Exchange of the Beijing Municipal Commission of Education for approval. The Division of International Cooperation and Exchange of the Beijing Municipal Commission of Education will organize experts to quality audit the program.
Checking is conducted by way of conference. The expert group for checking is composed of five to nine persons, and those from the institute of higher learning undertaking the program should not exceed one third of the total.
The expert group for checking should use wording as “Checking passed” and “Checking failed” in the conclusion.
The school that fails the first checking may submit the application for re-checking within thirty days of receiving the notice. If the application for re-checking fails, the Beijing Municipal Education Commission will not accept the school’s application of scholarship funds in the following year.
In the process of implementing the program, the Division of International Cooperation and Exchange and the Financial Department of the Beijing Municipal Commission of Education will report the proceedings and assess or call back the funds, and cancel the qualifications of relevant sponsored programs in the following year if the programs are hard to implement or cannot be accomplished to meet the requirements listed on the Program Task List for various reasons.