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Qualification for Accreditation

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Qualification for Accreditation

 

Academic accreditation refers to the process of qualifying the university's academic programs for the academic accreditation through the following stages:

 

 International Academic Accreditation:

  • Meeting the requirements by the university to apply for the international academic accreditation (More info).
  • Reviewing the accreditation standards and procedures for several entities.
  • Selecting the international accreditation entity.
  • Making sure of the eligibility of the international accreditation entity that has been selected.
  • Signing the contract between the university and the accreditation entity.
  • Preparing a time plan for the accreditation process (A guiding form).
  • Preparing the self-study report according to the standards and procedures of the accreditation entity.
  • Determining the dates and schedule of the accreditation team's on-site visit.
  • On-site visiting for ensuring the readiness for the visit of the accreditation team.
  • On-site visiting of the accreditation team.
  • Reporting of the accreditation entity.

 

National Academic Accreditation:

  • Meeting the requirements by the university to apply for the national academic accreditation (More info).
  • Ensuring the readiness of the university's academic programs for the academic accreditation.
  • Obtaining the approval of the Deanship of Development and Quality on the request of applying for the academic accreditation.
  • Signing the contract between the university and the National Center for Academic Accreditation and Assessment (NCAAA). (Steps for program accreditation from NCAAA website).

 

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