The Seoul Accord (www.seoulaccord.org) is a mutual recognition agreement (MRA)
which pertains to computing and IT-related programs accredited by its signatories
within their jurisdictions since 2008.
The Seoul Accord assists in determining if a computing or IT-related program in one
signatory’s jurisdiction is recognized in another jurisdiction for purposes of licensure
and registration, employment, or admission to graduate school.
The Seoul Accord’s Graduate Attributes identify the characteristics of graduates of all computing programs that fall within the scope of the accord. A signatory to the Seoul Accord may identify additional attributes that differentiate specific programs
accredited by the signatory.
Graduate attributes established by accrediting agencies form a set of individually assessable outcomes that indicate a graduate’s potential for competency in the profession. A graduate from an accredited program is expected to demonstrate these
At present, there are nine (9) signatories of the Seoul Accord:
There are eight (8) Provisional Members:
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Signatory Members of Seoul Accord
Provisional Members of Seoul Accord