Quality is a term readily associated with success in almost any field. Assuring quality in the true sense of the word will lead to improvement; and accordingly, striving for quality in education becomes imperative if we are to trust the belief that proper education lies at the cornerstone of all developments. Achieving quality in education depends on an interplay of the part a variety of variables play in a teaching-learning encounter including learners, teachers, examiners, policymakers, materials, evaluation procedures, objectives and the like. To make education a more lasting enetrprise, the efficacy of all these variables and their combined effects needs proper investigation. It is such a belief on which the current research-focused book is based, where the authors examine the rate of correspondence between course objectives and real achievement of EFL learners with a hope to improve the quality of ELT in higher education. Recommendations are offered to all players of the game of education as to what may be done to better the current situation, with implications for the larger international community.