The Jagiellonian Language Centre System for Teaching Quality Development at the Jagiellonian Language Centre is a part of a wider University broad System for Teaching Quality Improvement in accordance with the Resolution No. 33/V/2010 of the Jagiellonian University Senate of the 26th May 2010. Teaching quality is defined by both the effects of education on the European plane by means of the European Educational Framework, as equally on the national level through the Polish National Qualification Frameworks, which determine what pupils and students should know, understand and be able to do following the completion of a concrete period of education. At the Jagiellonian Language Centre the document referred to in relation to the learning outcomes of education in the language sphere is the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
The system of implementation and quality assurance at JCJ refers to all levels of education, namely to language instruction at the levels of undergraduate, post-graduate and doctoral degrees. The regulation of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the 2nd of November 2011 defines the language competencies required for each level of tertiary education and each type of degree with the exception of PhD studies: B2 for BA/BSc courses, B2+ MA/MSc courses, B2+ for combined 5-year courses of study, C1 is a recommended level for PhD course by the Jagiellonian University authorities.