Last week, Burch hosted Mr. Geoff Boston, an accreditation inspector, who made the entire analysis of International Burch University, in front of Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC).
Based on three decades of British and international educational experience, ASIC has a unique insight into the global education market. Through its international accreditation service, ASIC was formed to bring independent information to the student population and the wider world of higher education, with a well-defined and objective standard.
Accreditation will help students and parents make precise decisions when choosing a university, and will also help schools, colleges, universities, training providers or distance education providers to demonstrate the international student body that they are a high-quality institution. This international accreditation enables students to get a clear picture of how the institution works in terms of quality, resources, student support and ethics.
This will be only one in a series of international and national awards for the quality of work of Burch University, which in Bosnia and Herzegovina bears the title of the best private and first entrepreneurial university.