Accreditation Reports & Criteria

Meeting the criteria for accreditation is generally described in a policy document of the accrediting institution (FIBAA, NVAO, QAA, etc) for each programme, coupled with an assessment of the institution and reflected in a Self-Assessment report, which is the hand guide to an accreditation process, and the document on which accreditation panels and authorities make their judgment of a particular programme or institution. The accreditation panel produces a report which describes if an institution has met or not met the accreditation assessment criteria.

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