EIEAS © (European Int’l Education Accreditation Standards), EIEAS is recognized, accredited by and a member of BQS, WAC, IAQAHE (QAHE), ITQSM. Educational accreditation is a quality assurance accreditation process under which services and operations of educational institutions or programs are evaluated, scrutinized and verified by an external body i.e. volunteers, auditors to determine whether applicable and recognized standards are met. If standards are met, accredited status is approved or granted by the appropriate department/board of the EIEAS Accreditation Center.
In most countries, the function of educational accreditation is conducted by a government organization, such as the local Ministry of Education. But now a day, in global village International academies, International College and International Universities are highly engaging Quality Accreditation process from reputed global accreditation providers.
Why is Accreditation Important?
In the 21st century, Global Educational Accreditation is important because it gives the assurance to the students or beneficiary parties, in particular to prospective pupils, that you, as an education service provider, meet set of education quality standards in the International Education market. Furthermore, accreditation aims to ensure accountability and reliability of respective academies, colleges, Universities and schools and degree or diploma programs which boosts public trust and confidence.
An education institution, college, university, or academy or Professional Training service provider must take several steps to gain accreditation.
Application Form Submission with Documents or Information: At initial stage EIEAS welcome potential education providers to submit an E-mail their filled Application Form along with necessary documents or papers for initial screening. Then with confirmation EIEAS move forward for the next phase: Peer Review. *** During Application Form Submission Confirmation/Acknowledgement step EIEAS may ask to pay Application Fee for the Accreditation.
Peer Review: Once formal paperwork has been submitted by the respective educational institute’s authority to the EIEAS Accreditation Center, administrative and Volunteer/ faculty peers conduct an intensive review of the prepared materials, the written report and the general workings of the institution, college, university or Professional Training service provider seeking accreditation status.
A Decision Is Reached: After the initial steps are completed, the accreditation organization calls upon their Internal body/commission to review the collected information and affirm or deny accreditation status for the institution, college, university or professional training service provider under set of EIEAS guidelines and scrutiny.
Accreditation Certificate Fee Payment: After the positive accreditation decision made by the Reviewers board then EIEAS authority will request to the respective Education or Training Provider to pay for Accreditation Certificate. Accreditation Certificate generally is valid for 3 years. And further extension of the Accreditation validity is possible upon renewal fees that may be extended for another 3 or 5 years (Is subject to pass or qualify the continuous review stage by EIEAS).
Continuous Review: By accepting accreditation status from a EIEAS (An recognized accreditation organization), institution, a college, university or professional training institute agrees to uphold the EIEAS set of quality standards to occupy EIEAS accreditation standard for the forthcoming years. The accredited college, university or institution or professional training institute also agrees to periodically submit required papers to EIEAS for the further review renewal accreditation standard and certificate validity.