[ US /əˌkɹɛdəˈteɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /ɐkɹˌɛdɪtˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. the act of granting credit or recognition (especially with respect to educational institution that maintains suitable standards)
    a commission is responsible for the accreditation of medical schools
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How To Use accreditation In A Sentence

  • The accreditation of the university, in March 1999, was a shot heard round the world.
  • Implementing accreditation requires resources both to establish as well as to run the accreditation bodies, and to train and employ surveyors to conduct assessments.
  • The Accreditation of Prior Learning scheme allows work experience to be added towards qualifications.
  • The number of "accreditation-free" people that get hired is growing rapidly, and the approach these hiring managers take and the quality of these hires will be the biggest determinant of the "value" of a formal education. Adaptation
  • It calls for subsidies to and accreditation of the nonpublic schools that educate some 82 percent of Haitian students.
  • Because during the accreditation process, the accrediting agency would verify -- like an audit -- that what is being disclosed is a full and accurate picture. How to fix higher education: Doug Bennett, Earlham College
  • a commission is responsible for the accreditation of medical schools
  • I mean we're tough, we don't mess around if we find a childcare service is not meeting the right standards for accreditation, we don't accredit them.
  • His interest has extended well beyond laboratory accreditation.
  • Once accreditation is approved, media will receive confirmation via e-mail.
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