Operational from January 2010 ’…to facilitate international mobility of graduates in architecture and contribute to improving the quality of architectural education through benchmarking…’ between the founder signatory authorities, Australia, CAA, Canada, China, Korea, Mexico and USA with established systems agreed to be substantially equivalent.    Within Canberra the US now automatically gives CAA directly validated qualifications 155 of the 160 credits required to pass the EESA-NCARB Evaluation for International qualifications in architecture (‘piggybacking’ of qualifications recognised through CAA system validation is not allowed) .

Canberra Accord brochure

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