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Before 1998, government control in the administration of education was extensive, as evidenced by the pattern of the laws and regulations in education higher at that time. For example, it could be argued about the national curriculum conditions or the core curriculum for each study program established by the Government and mandatory for every university in Indonesia. Likewise, state examinations, legalization of PTS certificates by the Government, statute models, and many more are evidence of the magnitude of Government control.

The Reformation Movement in 1998 made the dominance of the Government's role in all sectors had been deregulated in such a way, including the higher education sector. Higher education has been returned to its nature, namely higher education by nature has academic freedom, scientific autonomy, and tertiary institutions as higher education providers have higher education autonomy.

Higher education institutions' autonomy as higher education providers has been confirmed in Law Number 20 of 2003 concerning the National Education System (Law on National Education System). Article 50 paragraph (6) of the National Education System Law states that universities determine policies and have autonomy in managing education in their institutions. The elucidation of the article states that what is meant by higher education autonomy is the independence of higher education institutions to manage their institutions.

After more than 20 years of implementing higher education under the Government's control, universities are indeed uneasy about implementing quality assurance autonomously or independently. Therefore, in 2003 the Directorate General of Higher Education (Ditjen Dikti) initiated quality assurance in higher education implemented by the universities. The idea was then poured into a book entitled Guidelines for Quality Assurance (Quality Assurance) for Higher Education, published in 2003. The book is equipped with 10 (ten) Books of Good Practice of quality Assurance in various fields of higher education, such as curriculum, learning, academic atmosphere, student affairs, human resources, research, community engagement, and others.

As contained in the Regulation of the Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education No. 62 of the year 2016, Higher Education Quality Assurance makes a standardized quality assurance for every university.

Higher Education Quality Assurance in a system called the Higher Education Quality Assurance System, which consists of an Internal Quality Assurance System implemented by each university, an External Quality Assurance System or accreditation implemented by BAN-PT, and a Higher Education Database both at universities and at the Directorate General of Higher Education.

This System quality assurance becomes a reference. The Higher Education Quality Assurance is integrated into a system with the change of name from the Higher Education Quality Assurance System to the Higher Education Quality Assurance System abbreviated as the Higher Education Quality Assurance System. It consists of the Internal Quality Assurance System, the External Quality Assurance System or accreditation, and the Higher Education Database.