About Accreditation

Conceptual Definition of Accreditation

Accreditation is a formal process conducted by an external organization to assess and validate the quality, competence, and credibility of an institution, program, or individual. It involves a comprehensive evaluation against established standards and criteria to determine whether the entity meets the prescribed requirements. Accreditation is typically voluntary and serves as a means of recognition and assurance for stakeholders, such as students, employers, and the public, regarding the quality and integrity of the accredited entity.



Key Principles of Accreditation


These principles guide the accreditation process and help ensure its effectiveness, credibility, and relevance in promoting quality and accountability in various fields.

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