With excellence in online education, Queensville University has garnered a number of accreditations and memberships from esteemed higher education recognition bodies. These associations help us continually improve the quality and content of our online curriculum so our students receive an education that's effective and highly result-oriented. Being accredited by and a member of world's leading regional and international organizations assures that Queensville delivers an educational experience that's exceptional, both in course content and the delivery methods. Our associations are a proof that Queensville University fully meets the online education quality guidelines set by the accrediting/recognizing bodies. Any professional online program or course you choose at Queensville is accredited, and accepted and recognized the world over. That's the reason why Queensville graduates are preferred by world's top employers and academic institutions.
Universal Accreditation Consortium of Engineering and Technology is a not for profit engineering accrediting agency for programs in applied sciences, social sciences, computing, and engineering technology. Moreover, we are globally recognized as one of the leading accreditors for engineering and technology programs.
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The GACDE is a globally recognized accrediting association dedicated to providing accreditation to academic institutions including, schools, colleges and universities and vocational institutes established in the United States and Canada. It encourages, supports, and evaluates quality assurance processes in various academic institutions to ensure academic excellence.
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Gulf Consortium of Higher Education was founded in 2000, it is a not for profit organization. Our mission is “To help educational institutions of the Gulf States in implementing international educational standards by being a catalyst for change”
EUROBBM an independent, membership-based, non-profit organization dedicated to enable all academic institutions in the Gulf countries and around the world. It aims to promote effective educational practices in schools, colleges and universities.
The Pan African Board for Computer Science (PANAFRICANBOCS) was founded to the expressed needs of presidents, chief academic officers, and business deans and chairs who wanted an accreditation process that was not driven by prescriptive standards relating to inputs and resources, but was mission-driven and outcomes-based.