Commission d'évaluation des formations et diplômes de gestion

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The Commission d'évaluation des formations et diplômes de gestion (CEFDG, in English National Commission for the Evaluation of Training and Qualifications in Management) was created by Decree number 2001-295 on April 4, 2001[1] in order to give Master's degree accreditation to French business schools.[2]  The CEFDG includes 16 members from the Ministry of National Education and one from Economy.[3]

The Master's degree accreditation is valid for a maximum of six years, after the evaluation process.[4]

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Official website (French)