MENA College of Management, located in the Emirate of Dubai, is licensed until September 2023 by the Ministry of Education (Higher Education Affairs) of the United Arab Emirates to award degrees/qualifications in higher education.


Each of the College’s degree programs has received Initial Accreditation from the Commission for Academic Accreditation, Ministry of Education, United Arab Emirates. MENA College of Management is authorized to deliver educational programs in Dubai by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) of the Emirate of Dubai.


Accreditation is an independent verification of educational programs of an educational institution to determine their compliance with established quality standards. Becoming accredited is not an easy task. Educational institutions and programs that receive accreditation have proven their worth as legitimate teaching institutions.


How does MCM’s accreditation impact students? It means that MENA College of Management adheres to certain standards of excellence. Accreditation allows the College to participate in government financial aid programs. Also, students need it if they require to transfer their college credits or to take a state licensure exam.


The Commission should only be contacted if there is evidence that appears to support significant non-compliance by the institution with the requirements or standards.

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