IEB - International Education Board – as a Global Certification Authority, we use our expertise in universities network management to support the implementation of quality assurance standard systems around the world. As accreditation systems have grown in size and global complexity, quality assurance systems have progressively evolved to a level where official certifications are required for operational standards recognition.
Besides traditional higher education channels, online and distance learning, vocational training and former learning recognition are relevant in the professional practice world. The dramatic change in worldwide higher education requires self-regulating institutions like IEB to improve the quality assurance mechanism.
IEB, International Education Board, recognizes educational institutions for research performance, student services and teaching quality to enhance public confidence. Our accreditation of educational institutions, training schools, professional practice certifications is a voluntary, non-governmental quality assurance and institutional development process.
The University of Wilmington is a member of the European Education Board (EEB)
The European Education Board is a British independent regulatory body in the field of education and contemporary professional studies.
An institution working in the field of post-graduate education globally, registered with No. 13802094 in the United Kingdom.
EEB was established as a non-profit organization to achieve specific goals in the implementation of quality education throughout the world.
All members of the EEB team are among the most highly qualified in the field of education in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
They strive to ensure that standards and regulations are applied to deliver EEB aims to provide international accreditation and certification services for quality management, digital management, enterprise management .
Since its inception, the European Education Council has undergone several modifications in order to strengthen its policies and procedures and to ensure academic integrity