Accreditation in Kosovo

The 2003 Law on Higher Education in Kosovo [LHEK] provides for both licensing and accreditation of tertiary educational institutions. Licensing confers permission to operate. It requires submission of a business plan (to be revised annually) and a guarantee of financial viability for at least three years. In contrast to licensing, accreditation is a formal acknowledgement that a tertiary institution and its programs meet generally accepted quality standards and confer on graduates the right to use a title, to work in specific occupations, and to have access to advanced education.



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