Australia & New Zealand
Each university in Australia and New Zealand was created as an act of Parliament, therefore the quality of their educational programs and research practices ar highly regulated by their national and/or state governments.
All the universities we work with are accredited within their country and their college degrees are recognized around the world. The Australian and New Zealand institutions are on the British system, and both countries maintain strong academic reputations throughout the world.
The U.K. education system is respected and valued all over the world. There are many independent organizations who regularly inspect and accredit the institutions and courses, to ensure standards remain high.
For professional areas of study that require licensure (education, health-related fields, social work, etc), we recommend checking with your home country's, state's, or province's accrediting or licensing body to see if the universities that interest you are recognized by their organization or what the process would be to receive that recognition. All the programs are recognized and accredited by Australia or New Zealand's appropriate accrediting organization, and in most cases should be transferable back to your home country.
The Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) is an Australian government register that lists all Australian education providers offering courses to people studying in Australia on student visas, and the courses offered.
The Australian Government established this to ensure the quality of the programs administered by the institutions in Australia. All of the universities must have CRICOS approval on their degree programs to receive funding from the government. For more information, visit the website at http://cricos.deewr.gov.au/?Redirect=Y
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