Publications Related to Candidacy for Accreditation

An Institutional Member who has completed all of the requirements for candidacy status as stated in the Accreditation Policy Manual will be a considered a candidate for accreditation. The Institutional Member must have graduates of the programme and be in existence for at least 3 years. The specific term used to state the outcome a positive outcome for candidacy is THEA-Candidate. In the ATHEA Charter, the specific membership category is Candidate Member. The member therefore becomes an ATHEA Candidate Member, having been granted THEA-Candidate by the THEA Board of Commissioners.

In order to become THEA-Candidate, an institution must:

ATHEA Candidacy Self-Evaluation Manual - V2-0 - 5 December 2016

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ATHEA Candidacy Self-Evaluation-Manual - Template - V2-0 - 5 December 2016
This is the MS-Word Template for your Self-Evaluation Report
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