The Compliance of Near East University English Preparatory School with International Quality Standards Has Been Registered Once Again…
Date Added: 19 August 2019, 08:09
Last Updated Date:18 November 2020, 12:36

Near East University English Preparatory School has successfully passed the Pearson Edexcel Accreditation audit for the 6th time and has once again confirmed the compliance of its education quality level with international quality standards.

The Near East University English Preparatory School, which was first accredited by the Pearson Edexcel Accreditation Institution in 2014, passed the auditing process for the sixth time, according to the information provided by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of the Near East University.

Regarding the re-accreditation of the English Preparatory School, Enis Sayman, the Director of the Preparatory School, said: "As it is known, the English Preparatory School was accredited by the Pearson Edexcel Accreditation Institution in July 2014 and passed the audit process at the end of each academic year. These audits are carried out by impartial auditors in terms of quality and success in order to be permanent and sustainable. ”

Enis Sayman; “Students Receive an International Certificate at the End of Each Academic Year…”
Sayman said that the accredited diploma, which is an indicator of excellence in education and compliance with international quality standards, is given to the students who successfully complete the English Preparatory School and receiving an international certificate is the confirmation of the quality of the education they receive at the end of each academic year.

Enis Sayman stated that the English Preparatory School, which has developed and renewed itself in parallel with the success of the institution in line with the development and change of the Near East University since its accreditation, has recently added the applications requiring technology integration such as Distance Education and Blended Education to its curriculum in 2016-2017 Academic Year.

Students began to be evaluated through the online platform. Sayman said that this success is a great source of pride for them and a strong source of motivation for the future. Enis Sayman thanked to Founding Rector Suat Günsel, Chairman of the Board of Trustees Assoc. Prof. Dr. İrfan Günsel and Deniz Altay, assistant manager, and İnanç Uçaröz, Quality Coordinator, and to all the preparatory school administrators and teachers who took part in the accreditation committee.