Partners of FEDE diplomas


Established in the 2000s by the FSEA (Swiss Federation for Adult Learning), the eduQua label aims to meet the needs of the market and to help recruiters identify the leading educational institutions.

The label certifies the quality of an educational institution according to six criteria: the institution’s course catalogue, the quality of the courses on offer, the availability of information, the quality of teaching, the institution’s quality management system, and the institution’s orientation.

The eduQua label is indicated on graduates’ degree certificates and is a real advantage when entering the job market.

In 2018 the FEDE was awarded the eduaQua label by the FSEA – a strong testimony to the quality of its educational programmes.

The label was renewed in 2019, when Switzerland commended the FEDE’s work to harmonise its internal procedures and noted the ‘excellent objectivity‘ of its examinations.


The CNCP (Commission nationale de la certification professionnelle) is a French governmental commission that has existed since 2002 and is in charge of cataloguing professional training courses, evaluating professional qualifications and issuing recommendations to training institutions.

In 2014 the FEDE decided to prioritise the recognition of its courses by the CNCP. Since then 11 FEDE professional skills certificates have been registered in the CNCP catalogue (Inventaire) and three qualifications have been officially registered in the RNCP (the national register of professional qualifications).

The FEDE now offers a large range of officially recognised qualifications that cover approximately 80 % of the subjects taught by FEDE member institutions.


FEDE diplomas are validated by the IACBE (International Accreditation Council for Business Education).

The IACBE is an international accrediting organisation based in the United States that is recognised by the CHEA (Council for Higher Education Accreditation), much like the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

The IACBE helps institutions of higher education develop high quality programmes of study across the globe.

It promotes excellence in education: pedagogical excellence and excellence in professional development.


A very important professional federation endowed with over 800 member companies, the FEEF (Federation of Companies and Entrepreneurs in France), by recognising FEDE European diplomas, confirms the quality of the bachelor’s and master’s degrees of the business management programme.

Through this agreement, the FEEF and the FEDE demonstrate their commitment to educating young people and strengthen links between companies and the international network of FEDE graduates.

This strategic partnership was designed to serve as a springboard for employment for FEDE graduates. It enhances professional integration and helps build bridges between FEDE schools and FEEF member companies.


Created in 1962, it consists of 12 Hospitality Industry Regional Associations (ARIH) and hotel chains that count 3,600 accommodation units located across the various regions of the Moroccan territory.

The FNIH acts on behalf of hospitality establishments, particularly in terms of representing them vis-à-vis public authorities, as well as training, advising and assisting them with procedures related to their activities.

Working in partnership with the concerned operators, the FNIH is notably involved with training human resources, contributing to cleaning up the tourism environment, organising the hospitality profession and promoting Moroccan tourism.

Through this agreement, the FNIH recognises the relevance and quality of FEDE programmes in terms of acquiring professional skills based on the needs of the hospitality and tourism sector, a particularly thriving sector in Morocco (2nd leading sector for job creation and contribution to the GDP).