MÜDEK Accreditation

As a result of the evaluation made by the 'Engineering Education Programs Evaluation and Accreditation Association' (MÜDEK), our department has been approved to get accreditation until 2021.

MÜDEK is a member of both European Engineering Education Accreditation Network ENAEE and Washington Accord. In this way, our diplomas are directly recognized by all member countries in Europe, but America (ABET), Canada, Japan etc. has also gained direct recognition for other world countries such as.

 

 

What is accreditation?

* In order to demonstrate the conformity of a product or service to the conditions, standards and regulations demanded by the market, it is audited by the official authority (Conformity Assessment Bodies) of the organizations (Conformity Assessment Bodies) performed according to international criteria and is the process of verifying their qualifications and auditing them periodically.

* To make a brief definition;

Certification that a product or service meets a certain quality standard is called accreditation.

 

What is MÜDEK? What does it do?

MÜDEK's Expansion: Engineering Education Programs Evaluation and Accreditation Association.
MÜDEK, accreditation for engineering education programs in different disciplines, to contribute by making evaluation and information work to improve the quality of engineering education in Turkey is a non-governmental organization operating.

 

What is the purpose of MÜDEK?

MÜDEK The purpose of accreditation for engineering education programs in different disciplines, contribute to evaluating and making information work for improving the quality of engineering education in Turkey, so that engages current and emerging technologies to provide better-trained and better qualified engineers to be taken forward in growing the community's welfare .

 

What is MÜDEK

Introduction

Engineering Curriculum Assessment and Accreditation Association (MÜDEK) accreditation for engineering education programs in different disciplines, to contribute by making evaluation and information work improving the quality of engineering education in Turkey is a non-governmental organization operating.

MÜDEK In 2002, Turkey and the TRNC in engineering education, which consists of the deans of the faculties of Engineering Deans Council (MDK) by, edit detailed program for the evaluation of undergraduate engineering programs in the bodies of the faculty and an independent civil society platform referred to by Engineering Review Board name to apply It was established.

Purpose

MÜDEK's Anmac of accreditation for engineering education programs in different disciplines, contribute to evaluating and making information work for improving the quality of engineering education in Turkey, so that engages current and emerging technologies to provide better-trained and better qualified engineers to be taken forward in growing the community's welfare .

National Recognition

The application made by MÜDEK to the Higher Education Council on October 31, 2007 was approved by the General Assembly meeting held on November 16, 2007 and in accordance with the article 7 / e of the relevant regulation, a national quality focused on national, sectoral and program competencies in the engineering programs of higher education institutions. As an assurance institution, it was decided to be recognized by the Higher Education Council and to obtain a Quality Assessment Certificate within this scope with a validity period of five years.

International Membership and Authorization

MÜDEK has been a full member of European Engineering Education Accreditation Network ENAEE (European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education) since 17 November 2006. ENAEE has been authorized by ENAEE to issue the EUR-ACE Label by the decision of the Administrative Council dated 21 January 2009. MÜDEK has been a member of IEA (International Engineering Alliance) Washington Accord (Signatory) since 15 June 2011.

What is MÜDEK Accreditation?

It is an International Education equivalence / equivalence document issued by MÜDEK as a result of meeting the criteria determined by Müdek by engineering programs applying for accreditation.

How many are MÜDEK accreditation criteria and what are they?

Criterion 1. Students

Criterion 2. Program Educational Objectives

Criterion 3. Program Outputs

Criterion 4. Continuous Improvement

Criterion 5. Training Plan

Criterion 6. Teaching Staff

Criterion 7. Infrastructure

Criterion 8. Institutional Support and Monetary Resources

Criterion 9. Organization and Decision Making Processes

Criterion 10. Program-Specific Criteria

How long is MÜDEK Accreditation

Müdek accreditation application and finalization process takes on average 1.5 years for the first general evaluation. Programs applied as a result of this process;

Uninterrupted 5 years if they meet all the relevant criteria
If weakness is determined in the relevant criteria, they will receive 2 years of Accreditation.
If LACKING is detected in any of the relevant criteria, the application department cannot get accreditation and the paid fee is not returned to the department by MÜDEK.

What is EUR-ACE?

It is a set of standards that contains certain standards for accreditation of engineering education programs. Engineering programs that achieve these training standards are given this label.

In 2009, MÜDEK is an engineering pro-accredited by the European Engineering Education Accreditation Network.

 

What are the benefits of the EUR-ACE Label with Engineering and for graduates?

With the EUR-ACE ® label, engineering programs symbolize that they have high standards both in European and international standards, and their recognition by European employers is also guaranteed.
EUR-ACE ® applies applications to Master and Doctorate programs made to other Higher Education Institutions.
Programs labeled EUR-ACE ® You must meet the training requirements required to become a registered or certified engineer.
Upon recognition of Professional Competence, it includes the postgraduate mobility of departments labeled EUR-ACE ®.
EUR-ACE ® is an education standard promoted by FEANI (European Federation of Natural Engineering Associations) like a professional card.
Programs labeled EUR-ACE ® are automatically included in FEANI's training requirements lists Eur Ing.


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