University Accredited Degrees
Accredited degrees and exemptions are qualifications awarded by universities, further education colleges or other professional bodies that have been assessed for compliance with the requirements for the grades of Membership.
Member (MILT), Chartered Membership (CMILT) or Chartered Fellowship (FCILT) of CILT.
Students who enrol and graduate from an accredited degree during the period of accreditation will receive an exemption from the academic requirements for membership at either Chartered Member or membership level of the CILT. There may also be a reduction in the length of experience that they would require.
Please use the directory below to view the universities which hold a CILT Accredited Degree.
For University accredited degree listings which were accredited before January 2013, please click on the appropriate area of the map
All other qualifications will require further assessment of the candidate through the Professional Route, a Post-graduate Programme or other means. Where there is an entry in the ‘Conditions' column, the qualification is only valid for full exemption if that condition is satisfied. In all cases the date of graduation must be between the "From" and "Until" dates as listed. Institutions offering appropriate qualifications that do not appear on the current listing may submit an application for consideration by the Accreditation Panel.