The aim of the article is to overview the methods and procedures of the higher education’s quality evaluation system applied at English universities, as well as drawing conclusions referring to the applicability of these experiences in Polish circumstances. The exemplary universities, i.e. the University of Bolton, near Manchester and the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield, not far from London conduct an internal evaluation, employing their own methods, and, additionally, participate in an external evaluation, both national and international. The latter is carried out by special institutions, such as: The Higher Education Academy, Ipsos MORI-a company using the National Student Questionnaire (NSS), The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education and The International Graduate Insight Group (i-graduate) that belonging to The Tribal Group PLC. The topics covered involve: the importance of the quality of teaching evaluation in the process of university management, procedures and methods for the assessment of the didactics’ quality applied in England (using the examples of two above-mentioned universities) as well as some conclusions concerning the applicability of British experiences in Polish educational environment including potential benefits and difficulties.