EUCLID (Euclid University | Pole Universitaire Euclide) is an intergovernmental, treaty-based university, accredited in its charter and further accredited by the Participating States / Headquarters States through specific actions and certifications.
(Letter from the United Nations, Office of Human Resources Management, reference 0218/RCA/MP/ONU-12, dated 10 December 2012): “the UN Secretariat recognize[s] Euclide – Pole Universitaire Euclide and the other four UN institutions … as being accredited.”
EUCLID’s constitutive treaty, as registered and published in the United Nations Treaty Series (certificates 49006/49007): “EUCLID is chartered to confer diplomas, degrees and completion certificates accredited by the ministries of Education of the Participating Parties. (Article 1)”
EUCLID, (or as applicable the EUCLID Secretary General), is member of institutional associations requiring government recognition / accreditation, notably AAU and IAUP.
EUCLID is certified in the “UNESCO Portal to Recognized Higher Education Institutions” documents posted by the National UNESCO Commission of its Headquarters State and eligible for AQAA accreditation when the new agency begins operating in 2015.