QAAHE offers different services to different institutes around the world its professional services include Membership, Accreditation and Certification. In this blog we’ll be giving you a brief review on QAAHE’s accreditation services. In today’s globalized world accreditation has become an integral part of educational institutes.

Why accreditation is important?

Accreditation helps a student decide if an educational institute meets the international standards of education, assists universities in determining the acceptability of transfer credits, employers requiring evidence that the applicant has graduated from an accredited institute or program. Accreditation helps an institute self-improve by getting a detailed review about themselves by a known accrediting body.

What is Accreditation?

Accreditation is a non-governmental and voluntary process that involves a detailed review of a school, college, university or any educational institute’s ability to deliver top programs of high standards. Educational Institutes around the world look forward to enhance their credibility and increase in their regional or global recognition by improving the standard of education. They want to see their graduates working at well reputed Multi-national organizations. The possibility of getting recognized worldwide is done when an institute is accredited by known and respectable accrediting body such as QAAHE.

QAAHE’s Accreditation:

QAAHE’s assessment team is comprised of experts who have designed thorough assessment standards. If QAAHE is approached for accreditation by a K-12 School, College or university or any institute it goes through strict assessment/evaluating process, accreditation is provided to the institute if it is up to the quality standards of education. Besides, QAAHE came up with guidelines for designing the curriculum and degree programs.

QAAHE accreditation allows institutes to provide best education to students who want to excel in the job market advanced skills and knowledge.

QAAHE offers accreditation to Universities, Institutes and Schools specially designed for traditional, distance learning, online universities, professionals and vocational training institutes.

To summarize, the future of accreditation is not about either improvement or accountability, it is about both. And it is increasingly about the ability of educational institutes to change—to innovate, to adapt to changing market expectations, and to show value and impact.

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