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Reciprocal Recognition and Partnerships in Quality Assurance

The International Association for Quality Assurance in Pre-Tertiary & Higher Education (QAHE) is pleased to announce significant developments in reciprocal recognition and partnerships aimed at enhancing the quality assurance landscape and promoting international accreditation in the education sector.

Reciprocal Recognition with The Accreditation Council for Education, Indonesia (ACE):

QAHE has established a reciprocal recognition arrangement with The Accreditation Council for Education, Indonesia (ACE). ACE is a highly regarded independent accrediting agency in Indonesia, focused on ensuring the quality and excellence of educational programs. As a Full Member of the International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE), ACE adheres to international standards and best practices in accreditation. Under this arrangement, institutions that have received accreditation for their educational study programs from QAHE will now have the opportunity to seek accreditation from ACE. This recognition adds an additional layer of validation and opens doors to expanded recognition of educational programs.

Partnership with Tamilnadu Council for Open and Distance Learning (TCODL):

QAHE is also proud to announce a partnership with the Tamilnadu Council for Open and Distance Learning (TCODL). TCODL is an autonomous council established for the development of education, operating under the guidelines of the National Education Policy 1986 and the Programme of Action 1992 by the Government of India. As an institutional member of the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE), TCODL is committed to promoting quality education through open and distance learning. The partnership between QAHE and TCODL aims to collaborate on reciprocal recognition and further initiatives to enhance quality assurance mechanisms in open and distance learning. This partnership will facilitate mutual recognition of accreditation standards, knowledge sharing, and capacity building in open and distance learning, aligning with international standards and best practices.

These reciprocal recognition and partnership initiatives reflect the dedication of QAHE to promoting educational excellence and ensuring the highest quality of education for students worldwide. By fostering collaboration and mutual recognition among accrediting agencies, these efforts contribute to elevating educational standards globally.

QAHE accredited institution: KLE Academy of Higher Education & Research Deemed to be University JNMC Campus, Nehru Nagar, Belagavi

QAHE extends its appreciation to both ACE and TCODL for their commitment to maintaining high-quality education standards and for their collaboration in these endeavors.

In conclusion, the reciprocal recognition with ACE and the partnership with TCODL represent significant steps forward in the field of international accreditation and quality assurance. They provide institutions with enhanced opportunities for recognition and validation, contributing to the overall improvement of the education sector both in Indonesia and India, as well as in the international arena.

Natasha Perkins

Accreditation Committeeas

International Association for Quality Assurance in Pre-Tertiary & Higher Education (QAHE)

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www.qahe.org | www.qahe.org.uk 

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