NO EVERY COURSE IS ACCREDITED EVERYWHERE
- It’s enough to make you very suspicious, but every course every offered is not accredited somewhere.
- The reality though is that nothing is accredited everywhere, and in fact most courses (even Harvard or Oxford degrees), are not formally recognized or accredited by most countries.
- Accreditation bodies all have a limited purpose or scope of operation.
- Usually governments are only concerned with crediting certain types of courses and within their own jurisdiction, and professional bodies are only concerned with their own members.
- Accreditation is expensive, costly to get, costly to maintain, and and sometimes with limited benefits.