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¿What is Accreditation?
Accreditation is a process by which educational programs or institutions are reviewed to determine if they meet certain standards of quality. Accredited status is not permanent; it has to be renewed through periodic review.

¿What is ICACIT Accreditation?
ICACIT accreditation is not a ranking system; rather, it is a form of quality assurance, declaring to the relevant professional community and to the world at large, that a program meets the quality standards set by the technical profession.

ICACIT accreditation applies to programs only, not degrees, departments, colleges, institutions, or individuals. ICACIT exclusively offer accreditation for Computing, Engineering and Engineering Technology.

¿How Does a Program Achieve ICACIT Accreditation?
A program achieves ICACIT accreditation when it complies with the criteria, policy, and procedures upon which an ICAICT review is based. The ICACIT accreditation review process typically takes 12 months to complete, starting with a program's formal request for an ICACIT review.

Please see Accreditation: Step-by-Step for detailed information about the ICACIT accreditation process.

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