Stanislav, I kind of get what WMU was trying to do. It's small school with zero status capital. You need to build that. It probably wanted to establish this capital through an association with some partner college in London, a world-famous city. That way, the candidates could get the message: "Sure, we don't have a partnership with Coventry University or some other big shot institution (as would be the case with some other Polish colleges and universities), but we're also partnering with a famous college in London". It's kind of absurd. However, it doesn't strike me as some nefarious plan. Just a stupid marketing ploy. Keep in mind that a lot of these higher schools are in a race for survival. Something close to a half of all the Polish non-university higher schools have closed down since the 90's. A lot of educational institutions are in that same race for status, although I would have even preferred ASIC accreditation over this Apsley creation. I am actually not overly excited about their attempts to grant Polish degrees through some unknown partner colleges in the Czech Republic and other places. It never looks good. It doesn't give them a good start. I would agree on that. That said, I won't attempt to evaluate the quality of their programs. I'll leave that to the local assessors. I am sure they'll be visiting the school in the near future.