The University, from its foundation until today, has had to adapt to the needs of different historical periods. Nowadays universities are experiencing massification and internationalization, and one of the international policies in HE systems that is related to these phenomena, is Quality Assurance (QA). In Greece, the public debate on a university evaluation system did not emerge as an internal national policy issue but rather as a policy transfer of European policies derived either from the EU or the Bologna Process. This has provoked intense public debate and policy conflict. This book aims, on the one hand, to analyze the way in which a policy program of QA in Greek universities has been established and implemented and, on the other hand, to discover whether, during the implementation of this policy program, concrete common beliefs and values concerning the University do exist among Greek academics who were active in opposing coalition networks. This book could be a reference source for researchers, academics and students of social sciences, as well as for national and international policy makers, administrators and managers working on higher education issues.