Texila American University is now an approved Institutional Member of the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE).
International Council for Open and Distance Education was founded in the year 1938 in Canada and holds members from more than 60 different countries. It is a leading global membership organization to enhance the quality of open, distance, flexible, e-learning and online education.
ICDE’s members are of great importance in shaping education worldwide. The member institutions around the globe that offers the courses through Open, Distance and Online modes of learning are listed in ICDE.
Certain criteria are considered to list the institution as a member of ICDE like the size of the institution, information about the institution available in English and the International visibility of the Institution.
The main focus of the ICDE organization is to provide an overview of the main associations and network organizations around the globe in order to promote the cause of open and distance education and with proper websites.
Texila American University has earned the academic institutional membership of the International Council for Open and Distance Education which has a wide range of University network spread across the world. The students who pursue different distance and online programs in the TAU will be rewarded with the globally recognized degrees from the University which is now a member of ICDE.