Unicaf University is accredited by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) in Uganda and Malawi, and the Higher Education Authority (HEA) in Zambia.

Unicaf University (Zambia, Malawi, Uganda) is accredited by the British Accreditation Council based in the UK.

The British Accreditation Council is the oldest national independent accrediting body for independent further and higher education providers in the UK. It also accredits international independent providers that aspire to meet international standards in higher education. BAC’s accreditation process is based on an in-depth review of the institutions. Accredited institutions are inspected on a regular basis to ensure that standards are maintained, and that continued accreditation is justified.

Unicaf University received accreditation by the BAC after a thorough inspection by professional inspectors who scrutinised Unicaf University’s policies, procedures, facilities and practices through peer observation, interviews with all stakeholders and critical analysis of the self-evaluation documentation. Their report was considered at the BAC Council which pronounced that Unicaf University had met the rigorous standards and achieved BAC accreditation.

Independent Universities globally use BAC to demonstrate and prove that their academic services meet the gold standard. As a non-biased, independent body, BAC can award accreditation with high levels of integrity and consistency.

BAC is dedicated to maintaining global educational standards by helping students to choose reputable sources that meet globally recognised quality standards.

More information about BAC and the value of this milestone achievement can be found at the official BAC website.