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    Quote Originally Posted by mbwa shenzi View Post
    ASIC can legally accredit whatever they want to accredit. Jehovah Jireh Bible Institute of Higher Learning is a US school recently accredited by ASIC. The school is also accredited by GEAC, the Global Evangelical Accrediting Commission, run by Frank T Bozeman, and AAHEA, the American Association for Higher Education and Accreditation, where Stephen Barnhart and Christopher Campbell are, or where, directors.
    From the GEAC website:

    "Director of Education DR. STEPHEN R. BARNHART, GRANDVIEW MO., TIU
    Technical Christian Education, DR. ROBERT RAY HILL, Special subjects, Cincinnati, Ohio"


    GEAC and AAHEA - he gets around. And Rev. Dr. Hill, PhD, DBA, Academician, formerly(?) the U.S. VP of WIDU, IIRC. That's World Information Distributed University - a Belgian waffle --er, organization. Its website appears gone. Cincinnati? I thought Dr. Hill was known as the Sage of Erlanger, KY?

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    Dr Robert Ray Hill was the US representative of the World Information Distributed University.

    Back to topic: the European Global University has a partner institution called Trent International Institute Australia. Trent is registered as a private company in Australia but has its office in Singapore. The institute has another partner called the Association of Managers and Administrators UK. In 2012, according to the Anchor, St Clements University e-Magazine endorsed St Clements Private Swiss University's Bachelor of Business Management Programme.

    Some of the information on Trent's website would be very familiar to the University of Liverpool .
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    Oh, dear! I think something has gone wrong with the Trent International Institute website! Here is the course description for the EGS-taught Bachelor of Technology degree.

    • You how all this mistaken idea of denouncing.
    • Actual teachings of the great explorer of the truth.
    • Nor again is there anyone who loves or pursues or desires to obtain pain of itself.
    • Right to find fault with a man who chooses to enjoy a pleasure.
    • You how all this mistaken idea of denouncing.



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    The lorem ipsum effect, I guess. The website isn't quite ready yet. You'll have to give them time, Trent has only been around since December 2016. A couple of years ago, the European Global University was incorporated in Florida. Judging from company records, it appears to have been a family business, with four out of five people sharing the same surname.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbwa shenzi
    A couple of years ago, the European Global University was incorporated in Florida. Judging from company records, it appears to have been a family business, with four out of five people sharing the same surname.
    Yes - I looked it up. Thanks. Incorporated 2013, now inactive. The family name is not one I've come across before. That's two US incorporations for EGS -Delaware and Florida. I note EGS is partnered with Mantissa College in Malaysia. It appears that, through Mantissa, one can earn either an EGS degree or one from the Swiss Cantonally-registered Victoria University. Mantissa has also partnered with IPE Management School in Paris and PGSM - the Paris Graduate School of Management.

    Mantissa College is here: Mantissa College - Top MBA Program, Courses & Master Degree | Malaysia
    Victoria University is here: VU SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

    According to the Wiki "Victoria School of Management formerly known as Victoria University is a private, unaccredited school founded in 2002." It's all here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor...y,_Switzerland

    Back to your normal programming .

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    Victoria University/School of Management is one of St Clements's friends. The school was registered as a company in the UK but was dissolved by compulsory strikeoff. It's a Chinese-Malaysian thingy and one of the faculty members is also active at Charisma University, can't remember in what position though and, considering my previous experiences with that school, am not inclined to check. Maybe later.
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    You guys ought to write a book. This stuff is gold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kizmet View Post
    You guys ought to write a book.
    I think that would require a) motivation, b) lots of time and c) lots of money in case of lawsuits. I might have a but neither b or c, unfortunately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbwa shenzi
    (Re: Victoria University) It's a Chinese-Malaysian thingy...
    Indeed it is, though also, like St. Clement's, registered in Switzerland. And it appears the VUBS owner has some interest in a school or possibly two, in South Dakota, as well. See first post here: 2 new Universities in South Dakota

    Another guy who gets around, it seems. I sometimes feel like a kitten trying to unravel a ball of yarn, when I start on this stuff. I think I feel the same satisfaction as the kitten; we're at about the same mental speed.

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