New marking system at Schola Europaea Schools in Europe

The Schola Europaea Schools in Europe who teach the European Baccalaureate curriculum are now following a new assessment scale based on a decimal system with attainment descriptors and letter grades. The new marking system will come into force in three s

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Swiss partnership with Dunya University (Afghanistan)

Dunya University, formerly Dunya Institute for Higher Education, was established in 2009, in partnership with Swiss UMEF University in Switzerland. Dunya University is recognized by the Ministry of Education in Afghanistan. Swiss UMEF University does not

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IEM Spotlight: Anglophone Education Systems

The 2018 Summer issue of IEM Spotlight on the Anglophone Education Systems is now available. This issue features articles on countries with anglophone educational systems, English language tests, and interviews with IEM professionals and newcomers.  

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Credential Registry: Useful tool for International Credential Evaluators?

Our Research and Knowledge Management Evaluator recently attended an informational webinar hosted by Credential Engine that talked about their Credential Registry. She has also checked out the Credential Registry  website and we asked her what her impres

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Online Verification: Assumption University (Thailand)

The online Certification Information System is available for completed degree programs from the Assumption University as long as the Graduation Status Certification (degree certificate) provides a verification code. To verify the degree, go to CIS link (

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UK degree-awarding powers granted to Richmond, The American International University in London (United Kingdom)

Richmond, the American International University in London has been granted UK degree-awarding powers beginning with the 2018-19 school year. The London-based institution already had US academic accreditation through the Middle States Commission on Higher

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