To obtain academic accreditation from the National Center for Academic Accreditation and Evaluation, the educational institution shall prepare reports about its comprehensive and accurate self-assessment study for all aspects of its scientific, administrative, service and other activities in order to determine its eligibility against criteria accreditation prepared by the Center. The next step involves an independent judgment to validate the results of the self-assessment study by a panel of experienced reviewers who will judge the performance and quality levels according to the Center's standards. Prior to commencing the above-mentioned operations, it must be made clear to the Center that the institution meets the specific requirements related to the main elements of the quality assurance and academic accreditation standards, in addition to the educational institution's compliance with the statutory requirements for its work. In particular, private educational institutions must have the required licenses to function and operate.
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