Why is accreditation important?
Although graduating from an accredited program does not guarantee jobs or licensure for individuals, it may facilitate such achievement. It reflects the quality by which an educational institution or a program conducts its business. It speaks to a sense of public trust, as well as to professional quality.
As a student: Accreditation provides assurance that the program in which you are enrolled or are considering enrolling is engaged in continuous review and improvement of its quality, that it meets certain standards in the profession, and that it is accountable for achieving what it sets out to do.
As a faculty member: Accreditation provides a formal process for ongoing evaluation and improvement of the program and faculty development outcomes, a process by which faculty, students and administration can work together in advancing the educational institution’s mission.
As a specialist: Accreditation provides a forum in which educators and practitioners of your filed can exchange ideas on future needs of the profession and ways in which to best address these needs in professional education and training.
As a member of the public: Accreditation ensures public accountability of a program or an institution — that it has the means and demonstrates the outcomes for its educational process that are consistent with its goals and objectives.
The International Network System is the University´s global outreach to the students outside Mexico.
Universidad Azteca collaborates with a number of higher education providers worldwide in order to offer high-end tertiary education matching regional and national requirements as well as offering various study languages.
International cooperation agreements with accredited universities aim at academic personnel and student exchange, joint research projects, joint and double degree programmes and synergizing resources.
At the international level Universidad Azteca offers joint and double degree programmes with partner universities, research centers and colleges in Latin America, Asia-Pacific and Europe.
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