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SAU's taking part in IAO, QAC, ASET accreditation assures the educational community, general public, and other organizations and agencies that they meet the core commitments and standards that include:

• Defining institutional purposes and ensuring educational objectives.

• Achieving educational objectives through core functions.

• Developing and applying resources and organizational structures to ensure sustainability.

• Creating an organization committed to teaching, learning processes, and improvement.

Verifying that an institution or program meets established standards;
Assisting prospective students in identifying acceptable institutions;
Assisting institutions in determining the acceptability of transfer credits;
Helping to identify institutions and programs for the investment of public and private funds;
Protecting an institution against harmful internal and external pressure;
Creating goals for self-improvement of weaker programs and stimulating a general raising of standards among educational institutions;

Involving the faculty and staff comprehensively in institutional evaluation and planning;
Establishing criteria for professional certification and licensure and for upgrading courses offering such preparation; and
Accreditation is important because it enables the university to show how it develops and utilizes indicators of institutional performance and educational effectiveness. Participation in accreditation also provides us the opportunity to demonstrate its culture of evidence, where indicators of performance are regularly developed and data are collected to inform institutional planning, decision making, and engagement in student learning.

Most countries have their own accreditation requirements and students should verify the same as matching SAU accreditation before enrolling for the course.

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