Our founding principles are based on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights; per article 26, Academy Europe believes that Higher Education is a Human Right. As UN secretary Mr.Ban Ki Moon said that “Education promotes equality and lifts people out of poverty. It teaches children how to become good citizens. Education is not just for a privileged few, it is for everyone. It is a fundamental human right”. Academy Europe has implemented a paradigm shifting educational model for its academic programs that have allowed it to move closer to this goal through the self-empowerment of its students, decentralization of the learning process, personalized open curriculum design, a sustainable learning model.
Academy Europe is fully accredited and registered. Our academic accreditations include –
- AdvancED – Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI)
- EuroAccredit – European Online Schools Accreditation and Organisation.
- Middle East Association Commission on Academic Schools (MSA-CESS)
- Accreditation International (Ai)
- European Council for Private Schools Accreditation (ECPSA)
- ISO/TC232 Education and Learning Services
- ISO 21001:2018 EOMS
Academy Europe does not state on its course description pages its own assessment of how our courses match to a particular standard of learning in your country.
EUROPEAN UNION PERSPECTIVE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
European Union supports and accepts distance education as one of its priorities.
European Union spared 44 million budget for distance education according to the decision that was made in 2003 on December 5. while the 25 % of this budget is spend for digital configuration, 30% is spend for cyber Europe campus, and another 25% is spend for empowering the network communication, the remaining %20 is planned to be spend on the other necessary configuration requirements.
Standing out with its quotation ” E-learning; thinkings about the education in future” It has become a main subject among the targets of the European Union, to enable scientific sector to be used in education and to regulate this officially within 2 years.
The Main purpose: To support individual and occupational education via e-learning in addition to regular education and learning. The decisions which are to be made during this process will also provide certain beneficiary opportunities for teachers as well besides learners.
Responsible for making e-learning known to the public in the years 2004-2006, the member of the European Union Commission Mrs. Maruja Gutierrez stated that she had aimed to get new technologies involved in the current education platform using e-learning program and also explained that the subject matter were to be dealt with an optimistic approach. Having said “We are not trying to re-invent the wheel” Mrs. Gutierrez stressed out that it would give better results to benefit from the projects which had been applied so far.
Since supporting the intended partnership among schools is one of the main actions of the e-learning programs, European Union Commission will forward half of the annual budget (7 million Euro) which is donated to e-learning program for this matter. According to the information Gutierrez stated it had been aimed to have 30.000 schools in Europe taken up this common education over the internet.
FREE EDUCATION & SKILLS TRAINING
Aim of Academy Europe is to create universal standards of education and learning on every subject at every level. Our view is that the world of learning basically needs to be reset, as education in the past has been allowed to be politicised, leading to varying standards of education in virtually every country, and within countries, often within various national states and cities. Our view is that access to knowledge and skill should be available to everyone regardless of nationality. Educations and Skills training should be a universal opportunity of empowerment.
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
Where possible, Academy Europe matches its free courses with other international standards or standards which are national of industry based. In no case, unless specifically stated, do we ever represent that Academy Europe Accreditation replaces or substitutes other standards or qualifications. Academy Europe learning achievements are separately recognised. The attraction of our learning to employers is compelling: free learning for employers, certification and free access to a very broad range of free courses, anytime, anywhere.
To a local government or employer, what is most important? Where someone learned their knowledge or skill, or whether the person truly knows what they say they know when they say it? Does it matter that the learner learned for free instead of indebting themselves paying for over-priced education or training?