United States Education Commission uses American Qualifications framework as a benchmark for academic accreditation and equalization services. USEC provides safety to overseas students through their services which include tuition protection services and placement services. USEC accreditation system incorporates all academic programs and professional disciplines. Accredited institutes and programs give the assurance to students, parents and advisors, and employers that the degree programs meet the standards defined and predetermined according to the international standards.
United States Education Commission provides equalization services to overseas qualifications in the United States. It also provides information about the US tertiary education system in other countries to promote the recognition of US qualifications internationally.
United States Education Commission provides protection for international students through the Education Services for Overseas Students, which requires institutions that provide education to international students to meet national education standards in education delivery, facilities and services.
The Fee Security Plan is a placement and refund service for international students on student visas affected by a provider closure. The Fee Security Plan may also assist where students have withdrawn from or not started their course and are eligible for a refund of tuition fees that have not been paid by the provider.
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