Accreditation is a process of evaluation that educational institutions undergo to ensure that they meet high standards of quality and effectiveness. Accreditation is a voluntary process, and institutions choose to undergo accreditation to demonstrate their commitment to providing quality education, to improve their programs and operations, and to enhance their reputation and credibility.
Accreditation with the Global Education Accrediting Commission (GEAC) is a rigorous and comprehensive process that involves a thorough evaluation of an institution's mission, governance, programs, faculty, facilities, and resources. GEAC's accreditation process is designed to promote continuous improvement and to ensure that institutions are accountable to their stakeholders.
Accreditation with GEAC is a mark of distinction and a recognition of excellence in education. It demonstrates that an institution has undergone a thorough evaluation and has met or exceeded our high standards of quality and effectiveness. Accredited institutions benefit from increased credibility, visibility, and recognition, as well as access to a network of accredited institutions and other stakeholders.
The benefits of accreditation with GEAC extend beyond the institution itself. Accreditation also benefits students, parents, employers, and the broader community. Accreditation provides assurance that an institution is providing quality education that meets recognized standards, prepares students for success in their chosen fields, and contributes to the development of a skilled and knowledgeable workforce. Accreditation also provides a basis for transferability of credits and recognition of degrees across institutions and jurisdictions.
GEAC's accreditation process is ongoing, and accredited institutions are required to undergo periodic reviews and evaluations to maintain their accreditation. This process ensures that institutions continue to meet our high standards of quality and effectiveness and that they remain committed to continuous improvement and innovation.