Remarkable Achievements in Higher Education Recognized by International Association

Ghana’s higher education landscape has witnessed a series of commendable achievements, with several institutions being recognized for their commitment to excellence in education and training. The International Association for Quality Assurance in Pre-Tertiary and Higher Education (QAHE) recently bestowed prestigious institutional accreditations and honors upon various educational establishments worldwide. These recognitions serve as a testament to the institutions’ dedication to delivering high-quality education and their adherence to global standards.

Islamic Azad University Science and Research Branch (IAU-SRB) was among the distinguished institutions to receive accreditation from QAHE. This recognition highlights IAU-SRB’s commitment to providing quality education in various disciplines. The institutional and Programmatic accreditation serves as a mark of distinction for the university, solidifying its position as a leading educational institution in Middle East.

In another significant development, the Accreditation Council for Education, Indonesia, and QAHE have established a reciprocal recognition partnership. This collaboration aims to promote mutual acknowledgment of the accreditation processes and standards between QAHE and Indonesian educational institutions. It signifies the commitment of both countries to ensure educational excellence and enhance opportunities for academic collaboration and student exchanges.

Toutele Agriculture College South Africa (TACSA) Receives QAHE Academic Accreditation
Toutele Agriculture College South Africa (TACSA) Receives QAHE Academic Accreditation

Furthermore, the Council of Higher Education in Idlib, Syria, has also been recognized by QAHE for its dedication to promoting quality education. This recognition reinforces the council’s efforts in providing valuable educational opportunities and maintaining high standards despite the challenging circumstances in the region.

Closer to home, the National Institute of Plantation Management has been accredited by QAHE for its excellence in education and training. This recognition underscores the institute’s commitment to equipping students with the necessary skills and knowledge in the field of plantation management. The educational accreditation serves as a testament to the institute’s quality programs and its contribution to the growth of the plantation sector in Sri Asia.

Moreover, Toutele Agriculture College South Africa (TACSA) has received QAHE accreditation, further enhancing its reputation as a leading agricultural institution. TACSA’s dedication to providing quality agricultural education aligns with QAHE’s standards, solidifying its position as an institution of excellence in South Africa and beyond.

In a remarkable achievement, Hormuud University, Somalia has been honored with the Excellence in Education Award 2024 by QAHE. This prestigious recognition acknowledges Hormuud University’s outstanding educational practices and commitment to delivering a high-standard education experience to its students and stakeholders. The award serves as a testament to the university’s unwavering dedication to quality education and its adherence to international standards.

These recent accreditations and honors received by global institutions from QAHE reaffirm the organization’s commitment to fostering excellence in higher education. The recognition bestowed upon these institutions not only elevates their reputation but also enhances the overall quality of education in Ghana. As the nation continues to prioritize education as a catalyst for development, these achievements serve as a source of inspiration for other institutions to strive for excellence in their educational endeavors.

Global educational landscape continues to evolve, with institutions like IAU-SRB, the Council of Higher Education in Idlib, the National Institute of Plantation Management, TACSA, and Hormuud University leading the way in delivering quality education and contributing to the nation’s development.

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