Accreditation Chameleon Part II: How to Sell a Contradiction

Today we’re going to pick up right where we left off in Part I on understanding issues related to recognized study in credential evaluation. Imperfect Evidence The most common threat to properly understanding the recognition status of an institution or p

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NCHE issues press release on registration and accreditation of institutions and programs (Malawi)

The National Council for Higher Education issued a list of decisions regarding registration and accreditation of private institutions and programs. It reminded also that private institutions need to undergo the registration and accreditation process in o

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Accreditation Chameleon Part I: You Come and Go

What does recognition mean? What is the use of accreditation? Depending on where I’m standing on our fair planet, the answer to those questions could be quite different. Understanding what it means for a higher education institution to be “recognized” an

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Recognition vs. Accreditation in India

Unlike many nations, the United States does not have a central governmental body responsible for higher education. Normally in other countries, an educational institution enjoys degree-granting authority if it was established or recognized by the governm

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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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