IAO awards full accreditation to Hurst University.
A N I Z AT I O
IAO’s Full Accreditation Awarded to
Full Accreditation Awarded to
IAO's Full Accreditation Awarded to Hurst University
Hurst University has successfully met all of the IAO's accreditation requirements and as a result has been awarded Full Accreditation by IAO. The university has been awarded Full
Accreditation after evaluating it on IAO standards of the global best practices in Organizational Management, Academic Management and Institutional Performance. IAO's full
accreditation is a proof that Hurst University offers education to its students that is on par with global education standards and that the university is fully committed towards
continous improvement of its educational standards.
Hurst University has been granted accreditation
status. IAO confers on Hurst University accreditation
for the issuance of degrees, diplomas and certificates
for its following programs:
OVERVIEW OF THE INSTITUTION
Hurst University Accredited Since:
Sep 01, 2013
Points Profile Awarded to Hurst University
Hurst University has been granted the unique points profile below. This points profile is a measure of the match of the university to the globally accepted standards and best
practices in working adult education. Given below is the Points Profile Score awarded to Hurst University. You may click on its each matrix to view its further detail.
What is the Points Profile?
IAO's Points Profile System is developed on the
bench mark standards in education's best practices
and consists of 18 organizational management
metrics, 6 academic management metrics and 3
university performance metrics. It provides a score of
all quantitative measures of the university that are
deemed fit towards the standards.
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factor but it does not address complete
Hurst University has been granted the unique points profile given above.
Indicating the subjective factors in this section
are fully met and explicitly address students