ASIC accreditation does not confer the right to award British degrees. That comes from either a Royal Charter or an Act of Parliament. I bring this up because I'm disappointed to see Ubiquity University not only listing accreditation by ASIC, but making claims that seem to go far beyond ASIC's powers. (Equating ASIC accreditation with real and recognized institutional accreditation, which it most certainly is not, and implying recognition in the British system.) https://www.ubiquityuniversity.org/accreditation/ On another note: A university claiming to award degrees based on a territorial authorization like, say, from Turks and Caicos Islands, would NOT be issuing degrees from the UK. Instead, it would be comparable to a state-authorized, yet unaccredited, school awarding degrees from the US. Legal, but not recognized. Just thought I'd toss that in.