New one - IICSE University

Discussion in 'Accreditation Discussions (RA, DETC, state approva' started by Johann, Jan 11, 2017.

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  1. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    Sure looks like it.

    J.
     
  2. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    In Yoruba: Awọn wọnyi eniyan ma ko idẹruba mi.

    J.
     
  3. mbwa shenzi

    mbwa shenzi Active Member

    Honestly, Memi, it doesn't come across as very smart to post something your mate femix4u already posted twice on another forum. Thank you very much, I now know that you run this little scam university of yours from the same suite in the Dummec Plaza Business Centre as the Living Destiny Bible Church. Care to comment on the fake shipping sites and the Cabworld educational consultants? Oh, and what went wrong with the iicseonline.com url?
     
  4. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    I found this interesting so I looked up those posts and whatever else I could find. Femix4u seems to be very active on dating sites. According to those, he's 39, lives in Abuja and is divorced. His preferred age group is 24-34 years and he's looking for long-term relationship / marriage. So, ladies -- if you're interested...

    I'm surprised he even has time to devote to serious University affairs. Well, when you want to get something done, go to the busy man, they say. :smile:

    Some more Yoruba: Eleyi jẹ kan egbin ti akoko. (This is a waste of time).

    J.
     
  5. mustafa

    mustafa New Member

    Hi Johann,
    I have read your comment related to IICSE university. I just would like to point out the following:
    1-IICSE University offer free distance education. IICSE University operating somewhere in Nigeria. My friend has registered but when he insisted them to send him an official documents he received from Nigeria not from USA.
    2- AUC is Accrediting agency of IICSE: There are a lot of negative observations about AUC agency:
    A- The website is restricted to members of AUC, so they lack transparency, since students or academic researchers can't know whom has founded the agency, and what is the policy and procedures they follow, and what are the standards have been defined to accredit the universities.
    B- The main question, is AUC Welcome to the Association of Universities and Colleges (AUC) Worldwide accreditation agency recognized by any registered agency with the any state of U.S.A.
    C- You can check what we have found about Welcome to the Association of Universities and Colleges (AUC) Worldwide site (has been ranked as a risk website):
    Scamadviser.com | check a website for risk | check if fraudulent | website trust reviews |check website is fake or a scam
    D- You can check this link http://www.springsfieldu.co.uk/about_us.... they have mentioned the members of this agency. We have googled below member universities in this agency, but we did not find any website belong to them so we don't know if these universities exist or not!


    1- BUT Ben Texas University
    2- Leor Christian university
    3- Vontain College of Technology
    even we have sent an email to http://www.springsfieldu.co.uk/about_us.... there is no reply at all so we don't know if these university exists or not!!!.

    3- EXAMINATION REGULATIONS: My friend he has applied to their online exam, and found no control at all, there is no ProctorExam which offers a web-based platform for Safe Online Exams, and even there is no assignment based assessment if there is no ProctorExam system.

    BR
    MM
     
  6. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    Mustafa, I just hope you - I mean your friend - didn't send any money. If anyone did, I think it's long gone.

    In response to your findings above:

    (1) The UK site for Springsfield U. doesn't seem to be working right now. Any web references - blogs, ad-sites etc. for Springsfield U. appear to carry the Dummec Plaza, Abuja, Nigeria address - the same address given for IICSE.
    (2) No - there is no recognition, either USDoE* or CHEA** for AUC as a U.S. accreditor, National or Regional.

    Thanks to these fine universities, I have learned a word in Yoruba; That word is "jegudujera" and it means "fraud."

    Can we move on, now? I think we're done.

    J.

    * USDoE - U.S. Dept. of Education ** CHEA - Council for Higher Education Accreditation
     
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  7. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

  8. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    OK, Mustafa - sorry for being so snarky. I'm still a little bewildered, though... If I've done my homework properly, you're Egyptian and your real name is Mustafa, right? Don't worry, the info didn't come from DegreeInfo(I wouldn't have asked anyway) and I'm not going to say anything more about you -- to ANYONE. ...ever. :smile:

    I guess you were just trying another board, to see if what you'd been told elsewhere about IICSE was correct? Unfortunately, I think it was.

    J.
     
  9. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    And Mustafa, if you're still looking for a low-cost, accredited US Distance MBA, - you might try one of these two - both Nationally accredited, both under $5,000. Good schools!

    William Loveland College, Colorado
    University of the People.

    J.
     
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  10. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    Great call, Johann! :shock: WLC lost its DEAC accreditation earlier this year, shortly after that recommendation. Hope Mustafa didn't enrol and go down with the ship!

    IICSE U., of Delaware and Nigeria (and points east?) doesn't just award degrees - It's what I call a "professor farm" - i.e. they grow their own. They've been known to award an IICSE master's and doctorate and put the "graduate" directly on the IICSE Faculty payroll. More details, names etc. later.

    J.
     
  11. RAM PhD

    RAM PhD Member

    What do you mean the late Dr. Asher, Johann, she is alive and well in the city of Atlantis, 20,000 leagues under the sea.
     
  12. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    Right, RAM. On land, Dr. Asher is deceased, as of Aug 19, 2016, at Calabasas, California. In Atlantis, I'm sure you're correct, and she'll live forever. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maxine_Asher

    J.
     
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  13. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    That city's name is slightly misspelled. Calabazas = "pumpkins" in Spanish. IIRC, the city is the home of Canadian mega-star Drake, (Aubrey Graham), the Kardashians and at one time, another Canuck -Justin Bieber. Oh yes - Biebs bought a house in the same neighbourhood -- and has since sold it to Khloe Kardashian for $7M+. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calabasas,_California

    J.
     
  14. mustafa

    mustafa New Member

    I can see new accreditation
    https://www.iicseuniversity.org/recognition_status.html

    Accreditation & Recognition
    IICSE University is a registered entity with the State Government of Delaware, with U.S. Delaware Registration File number 5608078. To search for IICSE University entity proof of registration with the State Government of Delaware, simply click on the link below, and then search for IICSE University:https://icis.corp.delaware.gov/Ecorp/EntitySearch/NameSearch.aspx
    Accreditations and recognitions are in levels, ranging from course to course, and department to department. To obtain the highest level of ranking and accreditation, an institution/ college/university needs to register with an agency recognized by the Secretary of Education. On our efforts, below are the Accreditation and Approvals so far received:
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    The Accreditation Committee,
    INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR QUALITY
    ASSURANCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION (QAHE)
    1406 N. Dupont Hwy. Suite # HK0033
    New Castle DE 19720, U.S.A.
    Telefax: 844-225-8365
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  15. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    Being registered with the state is not accreditation. If you don't know this then you need to do more homework. If you do know this then you need to stop shilling.
     
  16. mustafa

    mustafa New Member

    You should do homework OK!!!
     
  17. mustafa

    mustafa New Member

    You must do homework not me OK!!!

    You should read before you are trying to outsmart!!

    I have mentioned new accreditation not registration!!
     
  18. heirophant

    heirophant Well-Known Member

    That appears to be a business registration. It certainly doesn't imply that the State of Delaware is endorsing this thing as a higher education institution or recognizing the "degrees" that it awards.

    In fact, Delaware state law says this:

    "2.1 ...no corporation or institution other than those authorized in Title 14 shall without first having received approval from the Department:

    2.1.1 incorporate in Delaware with the power to confer degrees"


    Where "Title 14" refers to public higher education institutions in Delaware and "the Department" means the Delaware Department of Education.

    292 Post Secondary Institutions and Degree Granting Institutions of Higher Education

    I don't believe that IICSE University has Delaware Department of Education approval.
     
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  19. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    As usual, hierophant has expressed himself better than me.
     
  20. LearningAddict

    LearningAddict Well-Known Member

    Please be aware that--with few exceptions--state approval/licensing is not the same thing as accreditation.

    The entity (QAHE) IICSE identifies as an accreditor is NOT an accreditor, they are a quality assurance firm. IICSE is not even listed as a partner with that firm. Bottom line, IICSE is NOT accredited.

    Then you have the 3 year bachelors situation. That doesn't always fly in the United States because Bachelors degrees in the U.S. are 4-year programs. 3 year foreign programs sometimes require a bridge. It seems IICSE has tried to fix that by having 5 credit courses, but I can assure you that any attempt at accreditation in the U.S. will get that credit amount knocked down, so that's just a ticking time bomb issue.

    Further, I doubt the legality of some programs being offered. Take the Nursing programs for example: No one will allow a person to practice Nursing having graduated from a school with no official recognition, and then you take into account that it's not accredited by any major Nursing accreditor and the degree will have zero utility. But the sheer number and variation of programs being offered is a red flag considering the school is a startup. I have heavy reservations that an unaccredited, unrecognized group has the faculty depth and knowledge base to teach all of those programs effectively.

    Lastly, the name IICSE stinks. It sounds diploma millish. It has absolutely no marketability in the United States and will never be taken seriously here. You need to change that name and quickly. Give it a one word name and call it day.
     

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