ASIC is an independent, government-approved accreditation body specializing in the accreditation of schools, colleges, universities, training organizations, online and distance education providers, both in the UK and overseas. ASIC accreditation is recognized by the UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI), part of the Home Office and a Member of the CHEA International Quality Group in the USA. Paris-U is an accredited Institution by ASIC with Premier status.
OTHM —is an awarding body in the United Kingdom, accredited and recognised by Ofqual United Kingdom. OTHM qualifications are recognised as the UK qualifications framework: Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) in England and Northern Ireland. All Programs of Université Libérale de Paris are mapped with OTHM programs.
LRN—Learning Resources Network—is an awarding body in the United Kingdom, accredited and recognised by Ofqual United Kingdom. LRN qualifications are recognised as the UK qualifications framework: Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) in England and Northern Ireland. All Programs of Université Libérale de Paris are mapped with OTHM programs.
CPD—Continuing Professional Development—is a lifelong initiative for ongoing improvement, encompassing various academic and professional activities. Paris-U’s CPD programs are accredited.
Our career-oriented study programs are based on and fully compatible with the established European educational systems. The European guidelines for higher education are outlined in the Bologna Process. This compatibility is evaluated through an accreditation process.
The ECTS—European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System—is a European Higher Education Area tool for making studies and courses more transparent. It helps students move between countries and have their academic qualifications and study periods abroad recognised. All the programs at Paris-U are applied ECTS, which allows credits from Paris-U to be counted towards a qualification studied at another higher education institution. The French Higher Education Area has adopted ECTS as the national credit system.
The European Qualifications Framework (EQF) is a common European reference framework that aims to make qualifications more readable and understandable across different countries and systems. All programs of Paris-U adapt the EQF and support cross-border mobility of learners and workers and lifelong learning across Europe.