Foundation Academy of Amsterdam programs of School of Global Studies, School of Divinity and School of Integrated Human Rights are both accredited by International Council for Higher Education, a non-governmental Christian accrediting institution, that accredits Christian colleges and universities.
Foundation Academy of Amsterdam does not issue Bachelor- and Master degrees and is not accredited by the Dutch Accreditation Organization (NVAO). Foundation Academy of Amsterdam encourages those who are interested in a degree program to contact a regular university in their own countries.
The intensity and quality of Academic Diploma Programs may be compared with a bachelor level program at a regular university, and the intensity and quality of Advanced Academic Diploma Programs can be compared with a master level program at a regular university. Foundation Academy of Amsterdam programs of School of Global Studies and School of Divinity are accredited by International Council for Higher Education, a non-governmental Christian accrediting institution, that accredits Christian colleges and universities.
European Evangelical Accrediting Association
Foundation Academy of Amsterdam is a full member of the European Evangelical Accrediting Association (EEAA) and through this membership is affiliated with the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education (ICETE). The EEAA, through its membership of the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education, which is linked to eight evangelical quality assurance agencies across the world representing over 700 training institutes of theology worldwide.
Global Universities in Distance Education
Foundation Academy of Amsterdam is one of the official members of GUIDE. GUIDE Association aims at promoting and enhancing the exchange of experiences and resources in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) already existing worldwide, in order to improve international cooperation in the field of digital technologies applications and research. The mission of GUIDE is to provide a global cooperation model for “open” universities with different cultural, social and economic backgrounds, facilitating dialogue and interaction among public and private bodies and other institutional actors involved in distance education.