Monthly Archives: March 2011


Mar
28

An Insight into IAO’s Accreditation Process

IAO’s swift and smooth accreditation process ensures that the best educational institutes are not only recognized, but are also accredited. Also, unlike in regional accreditation, in IAO’s accreditation, a student does not have to wait for 10 years; in fact, many reputed institutes have earned IAO’s accreditation in less than a year. The steps involved in this transparent quality assurance process are: Step 1: Orientation Online presentation or briefing over

Mar
28

New Additions to IAO

With the growing popularity of international accreditation, IAO continues to grow and add several chapters, accredited institutes, and alliances with other accreditation agencies to its profile. These additions further help IAO’s accredited institutes to establish its presence across the world. The details of these latest additions are as follows: Chapters • Bangladesh • Romania • Sri Lanka • Bosnia • Spain • Albania • Turkey Alliances HEA Agency for Development

Mar
28

Most Popular Degree Choices

As the capstone of higher education, the degree is intended to foster lifelong learning and useful involvement in the world around us. The degree signifies that the student has acquired some mastery of general education and is prepared for a career or profession. Acquiring a degree indicates that a course of study has been completed and that the student is positioned to continue to learn, work, and function productively in

Mar
28

Why is Accreditation a Necessity Today & How Does It Benefit Universities?

Background Educational accreditation is a process by which renowned educational institutions and good practices are promoted, while students’ best interests and educational goals are protected. The accreditation process ensures that certification practices of accredited certification agencies are acceptable, which typically means that they are capable of testing and certifying third parties, behaving ethically and using appropriate quality assurance. Educational accreditation serves to both evaluate and improve the quality of educational

Mar
28

The Need for Establishing Global Education Standards

Globalization has changed the world. It has removed geographical boundaries and has changed the way business is conducted across the world. Markets for goods around the world have opened up for international business in ways never seen before. As a result, supply/demand changes have been more rigorous in the last decade than ever before. Companies are not just competing locally anymore; the competition is coming from all directions, due to