The Grenada National Accreditation Board (GNAB) is legally responsible for ensuring
that the quality of all post-secondary programs offered in Grenada meets the
standards set by the Board for any award. By adhering to GNAB’s requirements,
institutions and program providers will be upholding the laws of the land, and
helping to ensure that Grenada’s education system is of the highest quality, which
will benefit learners, the workforce, and the wider Grenadian community. To fulfil
this responsibility, GNAB urges all post-secondary providers to abide by the terms of
the Accreditation Act, which include accreditation, initiated by the registration
process, and in the case of foreign institutions, recognition.Read more