European University of Lefke (EUL) continues to certify the quality education it provides to its students by international and independent accreditation organisations.
The Accreditation Agency in Health and Social Sciences (Accreditation Agency in Health and Social Sciences), a Higher Education Quality Organisation in Germany, has decided to accredit the Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation of the Faculty of Health Sciences of the European University of Lefke for five years.
The Accreditation Agency in Health and Social Sciences (AHPGS), an authoritative and independent accreditation body in its field, evaluated the programme according to different criteria in terms of the content and quality of the curricula which is offered in the department, faculty members, institutional environment, and quality assurance.
During this evaluation visit, the AHPGS Accreditation Evaluation Committee held separate meetings with the Rectorate, the Dean of the Faculty, the Head of the Department, faculty members, research assistants and students and made the necessary evaluations. As a result of its evaluation, the committee stated that European University of Lefke fulfils the European evaluation criteria. As a result of the file review and face-to-face interviews, AHPGS Expert Reports were submitted to the relevant programme after feedback, and the department was accredited for five years until September 30, 2028.
EUL Faculty of Health Sciences Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Programme Head of Department Asst. Prof. Dr. Aydın Meriç expressed his thoughts on the subject as follows: “We are proud that the Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation under the Faculty of Health Sciences of the European University of Lefke has been accredited by an international organisation. We owe a debt of gratitude to the entire university administration, especially our Rector Prof. Dr. Mehmet Ali Yükselen, our colleagues and students, who supported us in the process of obtaining the accreditation approval, which ensures the registration of the quality of education of the Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation programme. We are very happy and proud to witness that the synthesis of academic richness, accumulation and quality that we are trying to realise throughout the department has been approved by an independent quality institution.