- The External Independent Evaluation (EIE). The results of these examinations are used for admission to higher education institutions to study for a bachelor’s degree.
- The State Final Certification in the form of the External Independent Evaluation. Ukrainian school leaving examinations which students take to get the Certificate of Complete General Secondary Education.
- The Master’s Degree Programmes Examinations. Unified Professional Entrance Exam in Law and General Legal Training Competencies (UPEE Law) and Unified Entrance Exam in a Foreign Language (UEE A Foreign Language) are among the examinations taken by students willing to apply for Master’s Degree Programs.
- The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). The Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment is the PISA Center for Ukraine. The country took part in PISA 2018, PISA 2022 and will participate in PISA 2025.
- The Monitoring Study of the Quality of Primary Education (since 2016). The implementation of the New Ukrainian School Reform requires data to validate its effectiveness. The assessment of primary school graduates is one of the main data sources for that validation.
The Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment has nine subdivisions called the Regional Centers for Educational Quality Assessment. All Regional Centers are situated in different regions of Ukraine and provide the conduct of the assessments within their specially designated areas of the country.
The Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment (UCEQA) is a state institution that delivers external independent evaluation of students’ learning outcomes at a certain educational level, and conducts monitoring studies of the quality of education in Ukraine.
UCEQA was founded in 2005 to execute the Decree of the President of Ukraine on Urgent Measures to Ensure the Functioning and Development of Education in Ukraine.