ACBSP welcomes Emil Gjorgov as Director of European Operations. He joined ACBSP in October 2016 and is based in Brussels, Belgium. In addition to his current post in Europe, Emil brings extensive knowledge and practical application attained through national and regional accrediting bodies in the U.S., including governmental and nongovernmental bodies in Europe. Emil studied Electrical Engineering at the State University St. Ciril and Methodius in Skopje, Macedonia. He holds a post-graduate degree in Educational Methodology and a Master of Arts in Negotiation and Communications in International Relations from the University American College in Skopje.
Emil is the CEO and founder of New England Educational Advisory, a professional educational consultant company involved in setting-up schools, colleges and universities in the U.S. and Europe. Emil oversees activities like: implementation of educational planning, curriculum development, criteria implementation, organizational planning, data mining, stakeholder surveys, annual reviews, and organizing media and portfolio visibility for the institution. He is a successful coach with extensive theoretical and practical knowledge needed to successfully prepare and reorganize data and portfolio management of commercial organizations and educational institutions.
Emil is an experienced international program coordinator, trainer and evaluator in numerous fields of education, with an exceptional ability to implement international standards such as the Bologna Declaration for Higher Education in EHEA, Baldrige Criteria for Quality Standards, and European Association for Quality Assurance Standards in Higher Ed. He is an evaluator who has extensive knowledge of how to successfully
assess data from the field through surveys, organizational scanning and measuring learning objectives in educational institutions, application in workable charts, graphs and numerical analysis. He has successfully applied accreditation standards and designation from ACBSP, AACSB, ECBE, CIE, ACICS, ENQA/EQAR, and similar accrediting organizations.