One of the most pertinent policies in higher education in the past decade is the rise of different quality policies. Ozga et al. (2011) point out that the current discussion of QA incorporates differing policies into the so-called quality policy. These policies include quality assessment/assurance, quality management, and quality audit. This ensemble of quality policies shares similar trends, which include a focus on measuring, quantitative indicators, and ranking between and within education systems. Quality becomes an encompassing goal, traveling across public and private organizations, schools, and universities (Ozga et al., 2011).