LOL! How did I not heard this pun before? Perhaps because MAUP mostly sticks to regions where Russian language is still dominant. My wife's boss years ago was a MAUP grad. Not a great boss, so a bit of Kyiv Polytekh snobbery was a welcome respite. MAUP is basically a local University of Phoenix (almost exactly the same business model, with a gazillion branch campuses), plus anti-Semitism. BTW, I was right about Estonia Concordia: it is mentioned on the Wikipedia list. I forgot that WIU-USA was initially named "Concordia International University". Estonia school is older, and was always named "Concordia International University Estonia"; it has merged into something called "University Audentes", which eventually merged into public Tallinn University of Technology (becoming it's business school). They had a good sense to sever ties with WIU back in 1996.