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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Russian students left without state diplomas

In recent years, a number of Russian universities lost accreditation of several of their academic programs. In those cases, graduating students cannot obtain a state-format diploma for their program but they may transfer to another institution which offe

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Atlantic University School of Medicine (AUSM) not accredited by CAAM-HP

Atlantic University School of Medicine (AUSM), an institution established in St. Lucia, and recently relocated to Antigua, is not accredited by CAAM-HP. The Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and Other Health Professions issued a

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CONEAU publishes digital catalog of accredited postgraduate study programs (Argentina)

Comisión Nacional de Evaluación y Acreditación Universitaria (CONEAU)  announced publication of its new, 2017 catalog of postgraduate study programs. The publication lists 2939 accredited postgraduate courses, both public and private, as well as regional

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