Accreditations

GHU is accredited by numerous agencies.

Charter

The Global Humanistic University (GHU) received its Charter from the Ministry of Education of Curacao in March of 2018. This charter grants the GHU the right to establish a university in Curacao for the purpose of providing and teaching high quality online study programs in the fields of business administration, finance and law. The bachelor, master, and doctoral programs will primarily target international students.

AACSB accredited

AACSB

AACSB is the world largest and most comprehensive business school database in the world, GHU is member of AACSB.
“AACSB members know that quality business education is critical to developing the next generation of leaders.” 

GHU is a Member of AACSB.

AQAS accredited

AQAS

AQAS is an independent and professional agency for external quality assurance in the field of higher education located in Cologne, Germany. AQAS offers international accreditation at programme (Bachelor, Master and PhD) and institutional level and has conducted procedures in countries on four continents, e.g. Austria, France, Turkey and Moldova, in Chile, Oman, Kazakhstan, Russia as well as Ghana and Nigeria.


GHU’s Bachelor is accredited by AQAS.

IACBE accredited

IACBE

The Global Humanistic University (GHU) is proud to announce that we are now also a member of the IACBE (by CHEA recognized accreditation agency).
"An educational member of the IACBE is an academic business unit that has met the IACBE’s requirements for membership, and (i) whose parent institution has appropriate institutional accreditation, recognition, or governmental authorization to award degrees, and (ii) that has affirmed its commitment to excellence in business education."

GHU is an Educational Member of IACBE.

ASIC accredited

ASIC

ASIC is recognized by UKVI in UK, is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in USA and is listed in their International Directory, is a member of the BQF (British Quality Foundation) and are affiliates of ENQA (European Network for Quality Assurance).

​The GHU is accredited by ASIC.

AAC accredited

AAC

The AAC is registered by the Ministry of Education of Curacao. The AAC is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in US, an affiliate member of ENQA and a member of INQAAHE.
To obtain basic membership, the institution has to verify it’s constitution and legal status. 
http://www.aac.cw/about-aac/ 

GHU is a Basic Member of AAC.

AAC accredited

INQAAHE

"The International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE) is a world-wide association of organisations that is active in the theory and practice of quality assurance (QA) in higher education (HE).

Associate members are tertiary education institutions or organizations with a major interest in evaluation, accreditation and quality assurance in higher education ..." (https://www.inqaahe.org;  4. July 2019)

GHU is accredited as associate member of INQAAHE.

CIQG accredited

CIQG

„The CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) is a unit within CHEA addressing higher education quality assurance worldwide.” (https://www.chea.org; 07.07.2019)

“Quality and higher education providers: Assuring and achieving quality in higher education is the primary responsibility of higher education providers and their staff. (https://www.chea.org/chea-international-quality-group-ciqg-international-quality-principles; 07.07.2019)

GHU is a Member of CIQG.

Naturefund

Blue Planet

“Climate change is a challenge for mankind. With the climate certificate Blue Planet Certificate, the non-profit nature conservation organization Naturefund is specifically committed to the protection of ecosystems. Intact forests and healthy soils store large quantities of CO2. For Prof. Dr. Radermacher, one of the leading climate researchers, reforestation and humus formation are a central element to climate protection. Naturefund's work has received several awards. Its projects are supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and German Environmental Aid.” (Naturefund, email from: [email protected]; 12.04.2019)

680504 kg CO2 saved

The quantity of CO2 emissions that an airplane gives off per passenger for a given flight distance can be precisely calculated. The calculation is based on average consumption data for typical short-haul and long-haul airplanes. 

The Global Humanistic University is considerably reducing its carbon footprint by limiting student, staff, and faculty travel through its online and decentralized distance learning platform. The amount of reduced CO2 emissions can be seen in the meter.

The GHU is proud to be entitled to use this certificate, because of the structure and implementation of the GHU's policies in relation to social, environmental and economic criteria.