7 examples of Accreditation in a sentence
With this accreditation, it's our time now to scale up.
Worst of all, in some countries, medical societies influence
bodies not to honor the ELAM degree, fearful these grads will take their jobs or reduce their patient loads and income.
They should facilitate accelerated transfer between different types of institutions, in order to satisfy changing student preferences, while enforcing nationally applicable
standards in all public and private tertiary institutions (taking international standards into account wherever possible).
The desire for academic travel is driven by contrasts in the quality, & cost, and accessibility of tertiary education; by differences in admissions criteria,
processes, and potential social and occupational networks; and by capacity constraints in emerging-market institutions that are not growing fast enough to meet growing demand.
Emerging-market officials will earn
by demonstrating the ability to apply their knowledge practically.
This will require measures such as accreditation, modification of payment mechanisms, and the involvement of intermediary organizations to give technical support and monitor performance.
As universities vie for
and “me too” status, their programs have increasingly begun to resemble one another.