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In the context of the AQU and within the framework of the regulatory presence of the State, accreditation is understood as a process or act of an administrative nature that responds to a legal mandate and that formalizes or legalizes academic credentials ( degrees) awarded to students. In other words, the aim is to assure users that the training programs offered by higher education institutions meet not only the formal or administrative requirements regulated by the authority, but also the "training level" achieved by their graduates corresponds to the certificate by the institution (type of degree).
All official degrees must pass the accreditation process before the age of six years from the initial verification (or last accreditation).
The accreditation process It is structured in different stages:
- The creation of an internal evaluation committee (CAI) by the center.
- The development of the Self Report (AI): report produced by the CAI according to Guide for the accreditation of Higher Artistic Teaching. Contains indicators, evidence and samples of student executions. It will be studied by an External Evaluation Committee (CAE), formed by independent, independent, recognized and renowned external people.
- The visit of the External Evaluation Committee (CAE): It is the verification of the operation of the degree, where the CAE will visit the facilities and meet with the different interest groups of the center (faculty, students and PAS).
- The report end and result: in the event that the external evaluation report generated by the CAE is favorable, the accreditation of the higher degree taught by the center will be confirmed.
Eolia ESAD passed its accreditation process during the 2018-19 course. Apart from the presentation of the self-report (AI) in June of 2019, the center was visited by the External Evaluation Committee (CAE) on 7 2018 in November.
After a few months, the 31 in May, AQU published the External Evaluation Report carried out by the CAE, which determined the favorable accreditation of our Higher Diploma in Dramatic Art.
Finally, last October, 2019 Eòlia received the seal of "A favorable accreditation" by AQU. The next accreditation of the studies is programmed within 5 years.