The British Accreditation Council (BAC), one of the UK’s leading quality assurance bodies for private higher and further education, has launched an ambitious scheme to accredit non-British providers based outside the UK.
To be eligible providers must have been operating for at least two years, teach their courses in English and be recognised by a regulatory authority within their own country.
The scheme was developed after many overseas organisations approached BAC for accreditation. “Centres contacted us in the past and we felt there wasn’t a reason why we shouldn’t recognise that kind of provision that was operating overseas,” said Dr Gina Hobson, CEO of BAC.
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