Accreditation of Study Field
The accreditation of a study field is the assessment of the study field and the relevant study programmes implemented by the higher education institution or college. If the accreditation of the study field has been successful, the higher education institution or college shall be awarded the right to issue state-recognised diplomas on the acquisition of the study programmes in the relevant study field.
The accreditation procedure of the study field shall consist of two stages:
- the assessment of the study field, which involves the preparation of the self-assessment report, the on-site visit by experts, and the preparation of the joint report by the experts;
- the accreditation of the study field, which involves taking the decision.
Since 1 January 2019, the higher education institutions or colleges are allowed to select any agency listed on the European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education (EQAR) for the assessment of the study field.
This section contains information on the assessment of the study field and the accreditation procedure organised by AIKA.
For Higher Education Institutions
- Licensing of Study Programme
- Accreditation of Study Field
- Assessing Changes to Accredited Study Field
- Institutional (institution of higher education/college) Accreditation
- Inclusion of the Study Programme on the Accreditation Form of a Study Field
- Accreditation of Foreign Study Programmes