INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION OF OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY DEGREES
International recognition of US university and college credentials is the same for all states, since universities and colleges in the USA are known around the world for their high-quality teaching and research. The information given below is therefore a general guide to international recognition of US credentials.
According to the Institute of International Education's Atlas of Student Mobility, the USA as a whole is the most popular destination for international students at the post-secondary level. In general, US universities and colleges are also known world-wide as active partners committed to the principle of international or cross-border education. For instance, a number of American institutions are members of the International Association of Universities, which works to promote and facilitate student mobility around the world.
In each state, university and college programs can seek and receive accreditation, certification and/or recognition from specialized international organizations, which is a testament to their quality and internationally recognized standards. For the most current and specific details, students should therefore consult individual state higher education agencies, as well as individual universities and colleges.
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