Accreditation of OUS Royal Academy of Economics and Business in Switzerland

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Studious_Eric, Jun 7, 2020.

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  1. Rich Douglas

    Rich Douglas Well-Known Member

    Then why discuss the "paper"? Why go to one of these things and get the "paper."

    It can't be both ways.
     
  2. Elbulk

    Elbulk Member

    I was talking about the private sector and how flexible they are compared to the public sector
     
  3. Rich Douglas

    Rich Douglas Well-Known Member

    Okay, but there are tons of examples of people using less-than-wonderful degrees in the public sector, both for employment and for self-promotion. I fail to see the distinction. Could you describe it further?
     
  4. Elbulk

    Elbulk Member

    In Nigeria the basic requirement for civil service is your undergraduate degree. A lot of people are already far gone in civil service before they take higher degrees so sometimes it really doesn't impact on their progress in the service.
    Our public sector is quite rigid.
    It's getting better with the independent agencies though.
    Most of the less than wonderful degrees are gotten from brick and mortar schools like schools in Benin Republic which by the way I have a degree from but I also have good experience in my field and I've always a job.
     
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