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Incorporated under the Laws of Delaware, United States of America
Approval to Quality Control for distance education
Delaware Division of Corporations file # 45043-45
the purpose of this organization is to provide General
Education services & Quality Control of distance education

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Education Quality Accreditation Standards

The World Association for Distance Education Standards become an easy and effective instrument for measuring institutional distance education quality on international level because they are not affected by local legislative formats, regulations or cultural idiosyncrasies.

Any educational institution that intends to earn the accreditation status from the  World Association for Distance Education must demonstrate compliance, through the application for accreditation (Self Assessment Report), with the education quality standards set forth by the World Association for Distance Education

The accreditation standards set forth by the World Association for Distance Education are:

Administrative Responsibility Accreditation

A1. Identification

A2. Legal authorization

A3. Accreditation, recognition and references

A4. Facilities

A5. Financial stability

A6. Qualified staff

A7. Educational values & ethics

A8. Permanent quality control

A9. Continuous improvement

Institutional Integrity Accreditation

B1. Information & Veracity

B2. Admission Procedures

B3. Legal contract

B4. Assistance

B5. Post-Graduate Service

Academic quality Accreditation:

C1. Courses / Programs description

C2. Hours of study

C3. Course objectives or expected learning outcomes

C4. Course contents & materials

C5. Course delivery & availability

C6. Course update

C7. Teaching methodology

C8. Tutorial or guidance

C9. Teachers proficiency

C10. Assessment & Evaluation

C11. Certificate or diploma

C12. Transcript or equivalent

Why is Accreditation Important

In nearly every country, higher education is controlled and monitored by the national government, which promulgates higher education policy. As free markets, open frontiers, and individualism spread around the world, however, many nations are adapting their higher education systems to the more liberal, competitive and diverse. Today, higher education is emerging as a diverse, competitive, decentralized "system," with vibrant private and public sectors in which colleges and universities enjoy comparatively high autonomy. Accreditation is one of the major factors to monitor education quality behind this global trend. Accreditation reflects the comparative advantages of numerous and diverse institutions and methods of higher education, and respects their core values of autonomy, self-governance, scholarship, and the assurance of academic quality through peer review or accreditation.

Employers, parents, students, and others look to accrediting organizations for consistent and reliable information about educational institutions. There is no single model for providing information about education quality that is so important for public accountability. The accreditation from the Education Quality Accreditation Commission want to relate each educational institution own structure and procedures with an efficient way to guarantee their accountability