• EDUCATION QUALITY ACCREDITATION COMMISSION
    EDUCATION QUALITY ACCREDITATION COMMISSION
  • EDUCATION QUALITY ACCREDITATION COMMISSION
    EDUCATION QUALITY ACCREDITATION COMMISSION

Members of the Commission EQAC

Accreditation of Education Quality

 

 

BECOME A MEMBER OF THE EQAC

 

Education Quality Accreditation Commission members contribute with their diverse academic background and professional career to keep a wide perspective about the standards of education quality and professional excellence, and to consider the frame of reference of different countries and cultures. This multicultural and educational perspective ensures a correct and non discriminatory approach to interpret the academic and institutional standards for the accreditation of any institution of education in the world, to recognize professional excellence, and to provide an invaluable guide about education quality on a global scale.

 

There are two ways to participate in the Education Quality Accreditation Commission.


Read the EQAC Regulations to learn more about us. See more...

 

 

1. COMMISSION MEMBERS

 

You are welcome to become a member of the Education Quality Accreditation Commission. Send your complete biodata or Curriculum Vitae to the EQAC Secretary with your request to join the EQAC, and a letter explaining how you intend to contribute to the mission and improvement of the Education Quality Accreditation Commission. Acceptance of any new member is a restricted privilege. If your acceptance is not immediate, we ask you to be patient. We will keep your request for membership in our files for any future options.

 

Requirements:
  • 1.1. You must hold a postgraduate level degree.
  • 1.2. You must contribute to the mission and improvement of EQAC with work, networking or other contributions.
  • 1.3. Optional: If possible, you should be recommended by other EQAC member, accredited institution or selected body approved by the Education Quality Accreditation Commission.
  • 1.4. Optional: Membership into the International Association of Educators (INASED), International Association for Educational Assessment (IAEA), National Association of Foreign Student Advisers (NAFSA) or a similar organization that supports your educational evaluation background.

 

Obligations:
  • 1.5. Voluntary involvement & benefits.
  • 1.6. Your name will display on the EQAC Web site.
  • 1.7. Promotion of the EQAC Services.
  • 1.8. Evaluation of the Accreditation Status of institutions of education for a fee.

 

Benefits:
  • 1.9. Commission Member Diploma
    You have the right to receive an Education Quality Accreditation Commission member Diploma and to be listed as such in the EQAC Commissioner list.
  • 1.10. Discounts of 50% in all EQAC Services.
    You will have discounts in any of the services offered by the Education Quality Accreditation Commission: Degree Validation Diploma, Doctor of Excellence, ECTS Credits Certificates.
  • 1.11. Financial Profits.
    It is easy to make money being part of the Education Quality Accreditation Commission. Commission and fees will be coordinated each time with the EQAC Secretary.
  • 1.12. Free Accreditation. Enhance the global recognition of your institution of education.
    If you are a professor, academic or staff at some institution of education, you may recommend the acceptance of such institution in the list of EQAC accredited institutions of education at no cost, provided the fact the institution meets the accreditation standards set forth by the Education Quality Accreditation Commission, or an approved equivalent accreditation.

 

 

2. ACCREDITED OR CERTIFIED INSTITUTIONS OF EDUCATION

 

The Education Quality Accreditation Commission has established two ways to consider and list an accredited or certified institution of education.

 

OPTION 1. The EQAC Accreditation Process.

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

 

OPTION 2 - EQAC Equivalent Accreditation.

Institutions of education holding an accreditation that may be considered equal or superior to the education quality standards set forth by the Education Quality Accreditation Commission may be included in the list of EQAC Accredited institution upon request from:

  • A professor from such institution of education.
  • A graduate from such institution of education requesting a degree validation diploma.
  • The qualifications from a member of the commission EQAC.

In any case the Education Quality Accreditation Commission must conclude an assessment about such institution of education. The cost of this evaluation may vary depending on the complexity to estimate the equivalency of the accreditation status.

 

The Education Quality Accreditation Commission is an excellent opportunity to contribute to the global establishment of world wide accepted education quality standards. If you consider that you may join the Education Quality Accreditation Commission in any of the above described categories, you should write an email to the EQAC Secretary with your request. The EQAC Secretary will coordinate all the administrative requirements.

 

 

EQAC - Education Quality Accreditation Commission

 

 

  

PRESIDENT: William Martin

  • University Complutense Madrid (Spain)
  • European Business School (UK)
  • California University Foreign Credentials Evaluation (USA)
  • Bircham University (USA - Spain)

Email: president (at) accreditation.info

 
 

SECRETARY: Nuria Manon

  • CUNEF - Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros (Spain)

Email: secretary (at) accreditation.info

 

 

MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSION

 

Abdo Miled Abou Jaoudé
  • Notre Dame University (Lebanon)
  • Oracle University (Lebanon)
  • Bircham University (Spain)

 

Abdullah Bani Irshaid
  • University of Jordan (Jordan)
  • Jordan University of Science and Technology (Jordan)

 

Amin Daneshmand Malayeri
  • Dutch Academy of Management (Netherlands)
  • International Association of Researches on Industrial and Applied Science (UAE)

 

Ashraf Elsayed Mohamed
  • Brno University of Technology (Czech Republic)
  • Tomsk University (Russia)
  • Kettering University (USA)
  • Alexandria University (Egypt)

 

Bo Der Rei
  • South American Traditional Chinese Medicine Federation (Argentina)
  • University for Complementary Medicine (Sri Lanka)
  • Zoroastrian College (India)
  • International Board of Orthomolecular Medicine (UK)

 

Bo-Han Zheng
  • Fu Jen University (Taiwan)
  • American Acupuncture Medicine Society (USA)
  • National Bureau of Public Health & Medicine of China
  • Open International University (Sri Lanka)
  • International Academy of Culture and Political Science (USA)

 

Catherine Gachutha
  • University of South Africa (South Africa)
  • Durham University (UK)

 

Doina Oprescu
  • University Constantin Brancoveanu (Romania)
  • University of Bucharest (Romania)

 

Earle Taylor
  • Harvard University (USA)
  • Tufts University (USA)
  • The Fletcher School (USA)
  • University of Technology (Jamaica)
  • Union of Lancashire & Cheshire Institute (UK)

 

Francis Dessart (Former EQAC President)
  • Institute of Sociology (Belgium)
  • Romanian Academy of Management (Romania)
  • International Association of Educators for World Peace
  • Permanent Representative to UNESCO & UNICEF

 

Guillermo M. Olsen (Former EQAC President)
  • European Business School (France)
  • International Center for Academic Evaluation (USA)
  • American Evaluation Association (USA)

 

Guy Marc Bonem
  • Sacred Heart University (USA)
  • University Heidelberg (Germany)
  • American College Paris (France)

 

Jean Maury
  • Univeristy of Toulouse (France)
  • France Department of National Education

 

Jose Vazquez
  • City University of New York (USA)
  • University of Pennsylvania (USA)
  • University of Puerto Rico (USA)

Marco Turco
  • State University of New York (USA)
  • Lacrosse University (USA)
  • Trinity University (USA)
  • Lyceum College (South Africa)

 

Mª Teresa González de Echávarri
  • Instituto de Empresa (Spain)
  • University of Sevilla (Spain)
  • European School of Management (Tenerife - Spain)

 

Marie Philippe
  • Long Island University (USA)
  • City College of New York (USA)

 

Mihalis I. Panagiotidis
  • University of Nevada (USA)
  • University of Colorado (USA)
  • University of Aberdeen (UK)

 

Nuria Manon (EQAC Secretary)
  • CUNEF - Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros (Spain)
  • International Association for Educational Assessment

 

Samuel Murinda (Former EQAC Secretary)
  • University of Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe)
  • University of Havana (Cuba)
  • International Association of Educators

 

Shapoor Zarei
  • Dutch Academy of Management (Netherlands)
  • World Standard Organization (Netherlands)

 

Seifedine Kadry
  • Pascal University (France)
  • AUPELF-UREF-EPFL (Lebanon)
  • Lebanese University (Lebanon)

 

Severino Rey Nodar
  • Instituto Superior de Ciencias Médicas (Cuba)
  • Universidad de Chile (Chile)

 

Yean Rithy
  • Build Bright University (Cambodia)
  • Norton University (Cambodia)
  • Institute of Professional Financial Managers (UK)

 

 

  

 

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