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:
- Be an institutional member of the ATHEA.
- Submit a Candidacy Self-Evaluation. Applications for Candidacy must be approved and signed by the institution’s chief executive officer (i.e., president, chancellor, director general), affirming the institution is commitment to abide by the accreditation policies and procedures of the THEA Board of Commissioners.
- Pay its application fee for candidacy status to ATHEA.
ATHEA Candidacy Self-Evaluation Manual - V2-0 - 5 December 2016
ATHEA Candidacy Self-Evaluation-Manual - Template - V2-0 - 5 December 2016
This is the MS-Word Template for your Self-Evaluation Report