• Agency for Quality Assurance in the Galician University System

Galician Committee on Reports, Verification, Certification and Accreditation (CGIACA in Spanish)

The ACSUG’s bylaws delegate all duties related to issuance of reports, evaluations, certifications, and accreditations to the CGIACA, which is its highest assessment body.

The membership of the CGIACA is as follows:


  • Miguel Angel Santos Rego, catedrático de teoría y historia de la educación de la universidad de Santiago de Compostela.


  • María Álvarez de la Granja, profesora titular de filología gallega y portuguesa de la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. Vocal académica

  • María José Bravo Bosch, profesora titular de derecho romano de la Universidad de Vigo. Vocal académica.

  • Consuelo Ferreiro Regueiro, profesora Titular de derecho del trabajo y de la seguridad social de la universidad de Santiago de Compostela. Vocal académica

  • María Ángeles Cid Blanco, catedrática de microbiología de la Universidad de la Coruña. Vocal académica.

  • Margarita Rosa Pino Juste, catedrática de didactica y organización escolar de la Universidad de Vigo. Vocal académica.

  • Juan Touriño Domínguez, catedrático de arquitectura y tecnología de computadores de la universidad de la Coruña. Vocal académico.

  • Ana María Martín Romero, estudiante de doctorado en la Uvigo. Vocal en representación de los estudiantes del SUG.

  • Francisco Domínguez Martínez, asesor de la presidencia del Grupo Televés. Vocal en representación del ámbito profesional y empresarial galego.

  • J. Eduardo López Pereira, Director de la ACSUG. Vocal con voz y sin voto.


The members of the CGIACA act with full independence and express only their own individual opinions, with an absence of any conflicts of interest being guaranteed at all times. They are also subject to the legislation in force on the subject of incompatibilities.

Resolutions passed by the CGIACA finalise the administrative claim process. When resolutions are being adopted in relation to evaluations, accreditations, or individual reports on members of university teaching staff, only the members from the academic and scientific communities participate, and both the Secretary and Director of ACSUG attend the meetings with the right to speak but not vote.

In order to perform the duties assigned to it by the legislation in force, the CGIACA must approve its own operating rules as well as the various procedures and protocols used in relation to evaluations, reports, certifications, and accreditations, whenever appropriate.

In order to exercise its duties, the CGIACA may agree to establish committees made up of expert advisors, with the membership of those committees and the requirements and procedures for appointing them being determined by the CGIACA’s system of operation.

ACSUG’s bylaws provide that the composition of the CGIACA must be published in the Official Journal of Galicia.