The Oxford Medical Sciences Division runs more than 160 online assessments for over 17,000 participants every year.
BPP University is very ambitious in its goals on e-assessment and is working towards a 100% adoption of digital exams in Inspera Assessment.
The awarding body The Caribbean Examinations Council has used Inspera Assessment to deliver digital examinations since 2016.
Kozminski University, Poland, has invested in three highly modern auditoriums suitable for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) exams.
Lund Municipality, Sweden, delivers national tests, currently supporting about 15,000 pupils and 1,300 teaching and administrative staff.
By 2019, digital examinations have become the norm at Gothenburg University, Sweden, with more than 65% of exams conducted digitally.
Since 2008, Inspera has successfully delivered more than 5 million online high-stakes national tests.
The collaboration with Inspera began in December 2017 as a trial at the School of Management and was then followed by a one-year digital assessment pilot in 2019.
The New Zealand University is first in Asia-Pacific to trial Inspera Assessment with student adoption and satisfaction rates of 90 percent.
Today, 75-80% of all examinations are conducted digitally via Inspera Assessment at the University of Oslo.
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