QAHE Accreditation of online, distance, e-learning or traditional institutions is a voluntary, nongovernmental process that gives recognition to higher education institutions, Learning Management System providers and professional training institutions that meet the established quality assurance standards. While the International Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education, like other accrediting agencies worldwide, is interested in assuring that accredited programs maintain their quality and continue to meet International Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education accreditation standards, neither QAHE nor its Accreditation Committee is a mediator for consumer complaints against institutions or programs of study. International Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education is an accrediting body, not a regulator or an appellate panel for student or faculty grievances. Our Accreditation Committee will accept and evaluate complaints against accredited programs in connection with annual review of program conformity or reaccreditation processes where there are serious allegations that a program may not be in conformity with International Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education accreditation standards. Accredited institutions can ONLY use the QAHE logo and QAHE promotional materials for the duration of their accreditation so it is important you verify their accreditation status at our List of Accredited Institutions if you would like to confirm their accreditation status.

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