Accreditation and Recognition of International Education - January 60-Second Survey 2018

Research IconInstitutional accreditation is an important factor for U.S. institutions in determining if credit or degrees from another institution will be accepted. However, accreditation as we understand it does not often exist outside the United States. This month's 60-Second Survey, in partnership with AICE, examines institutional policies pertaining to accreditation status and the acceptance of credit and degrees from foreign institutions.

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