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Quality of higher education and incidence of learning styles: A Review

Nuri Mohamed M. Otman
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Nuri Mohamed M. Otman: Education Faculty, University Camilo José Cela, Madrid, Spain

International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478), 2020, vol. 9, issue 3, 141-148

Abstract: This study presents a review of the Quality of Higher Education through the incidence of learning styles. The quality is important l element the private sector, as well as for the public sector since it evaluates services, supply and working conditions, and the relationship with the environment where they carry out their activities. Therefore, higher education organizations cannot be exempt from the importance of quality. However, there are several factors that affect the quality of education, being one of the most important learning styles. Generally, from this background, the main objective of this study to define the role and quality concepts of higher education the analysis of the key aspects of quality assurance and its relationship with student learning styles, by briefly reviewing the literature in this regard that allows for defining this relationship and its importance. The results showed through these studies that there is no single style of learning, and that this must be flexible within the classroom to improve the educational experience of students, but that this cannot lead to the choice of a single style considered as suitable. Key Words: Quality in higher education, Universities, learning styles, higher education

Date: 2020
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