The Accreditation Process

The process begins with registration. Through the Registration Process, the Grenadian populace is assured that Post-Secondary Institutions in Grenada are delivering Quality Education and Training programmes to its students.

Grenada National Accreditation Board


Ensuring Quality, Standards and Recognition for Tertiary Education

The Grenada National Accreditation Board (GNAB) was established in 2014 and is duly authorised by Act No. 15 of 2011 as amended by Act No. 31 of 2014. GNAB is charged with responsibility for quality assurance and accreditation of post-secondary and tertiary level institutions in Grenada and advising on the status of quality assurance and accreditation with respect to foreign or transnational, post-secondary and tertiary level programmes and institutions. Post-secondary and tertiary level education and training refer to institutions and programmes which generally require successful completion of secondary schooling or its equivalent, and which lead to the award of qualifications at the sub-baccalaureate, baccalaureate, and postgraduate levels.

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Accreditation serves two specific purposes: (1) to determine if a medical education program is in compliance with accreditation standards and associated elements and (2) to promote programmatic improvement.

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Registration is a mandatory process that ensures that post-secondary and tertiary education and training institutions meet the minimal requirements to offer quality education in Grenada, Carriacou & Petit Martinique.
Mandatory registration provides a legal framework for and a means of protection of the interests of students, parents and other stakeholders in the tertiary/higher education sector. Institutions that fail to register with GNAB are guilty of an offence and in accordance with Chapter 37:04 of the (Accreditation) Act 15 of 201; those institutions will be liable on summary conviction to a fine of up to $100,000.00 (XCD) or imprisonment for up to five (5) years or both. Institutions that fail to register SHOULD NOT be operating.
Recognition is the approval by a competent and duly authorised agency of the quality and acceptability of a legitimate educational institution and the qualifications it awards.
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