Career College Association in the U.S. Renamed

Career College Association, a group of more than 1,400 private for-profit educational institutions, changed its name to Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities [APSCU] in June 2010.

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Institutions Closed in Nigeria

Atlantic Intercontinental University, a private institution, did not have permission to operate and was closed in May 2009. Best Choice Institute, a private institution, did not have permission to operate and was closed in May 2009. Olympic University, a

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Institutions Established in Nigeria

Achievers University, a private institution in Owo, Ondo State, was established in 2007. African University of Science and Technology, a private institution in Abuja, was established in 2007. Ajayi Crowther University, a private institution in Ibadan, Oy

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ABTI American University of Nigeria Renamed

ABTI American University of Nigeria, a private institution established in Yola, Adamawa State, in 2003, was renamed American University of Nigeria in 2007.

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Dunedin College of Education in New Zealand Merged

Dunedin College of Education became part of the University of Otago in 2007.

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Institutions Established in Morocco

Ecole Polytechnique Privee d'Agadir (Private Polytechnic School of Agadir), a private institution in Agadir, was established in 2005. Ecole Superieure d'Architecture de Casablanca (Higher School of Architecture of Casablanca), a private institution in Ca

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Institutions Established in Montenegro

Fakultet Pravnih Nauka (Faculty of Law), a private institution in Podgorica, was established in 2007. Fakultet za Drzavne i Evropske Studije (Faculty of State and European Studies), a private institution in Podgorica, was established in 2005. Fakultet za

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Centenaria Escuela Normal del Estado in Mexico

Centenaria Escuela Normal del Estado (in Chilpancingo de los Bravo, Guerrero), began offering a program of study leading to a Maestria in 2004. The first students graduated in 2006. A Maestria dated 30 June 1993 was confirmed to be not authentic.

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Diploma in Pharmacy in India

In 1994 the Ministry of Health changed the requirement for admission to a two-year program of study leading to a Diploma in Pharmacy, from completion of Standard X to completion of Standard XII. Now students must also have passed Standard XII examination

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Hilltop University in Nigeria Renamed

Hilltop University, a private institution established in Mkar, Gboko, Benue State, in 1993 was renamed University of Mkar in 2005.

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Northern Regional College in Northern Ireland Established

Northern Regional College, a public institution, was established in 2007 via merger of Causeway Institute, East Antrim Institute, and North East Institute. It has branches in Antrim, Ballymena, Ballymoney, Coleraine, Felden, Larne, Magherafelt, and Newto

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Renamed Institutions in the U.S.

St. Michael's College, a private institution established in Santa Fe (New Mexico) in 1847, was renamed College of Santa Fe in 1966. Now owned by Laureate Education, Inc., it was renamed Santa Fe University of Art and Design on 30 August 2010. Western Sta

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Monterey Institute of International Studies in the U.S. becomes graduate school

Monterey Institute of International Studies (in Monterey, California) became the graduate school of Middlebury College (in Middlebury, Vermont) on 1 July 2010.

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Meadville Lombard Theological School merges with Andover Newton Theological College (U.S.)

Andover Theological Seminary (established in 1807) and Newton Theological Institution (established in 1825) merged in 1965 to form Andover Newton Theological School (in Newton Centre, Massachusetts). On 22 June 2010, Meadville Lombard Theological School

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Unrecognized Institutions in the U.S.

Ashworth University (known as Ashworth College until Spring 2007), a private institution in Norcross, Georgia, is accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council, not by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the regional accrediting

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Unrecognized Accrediting Organizations in the U.S.

Accreditation Governing Commission of United States of America is not an officially recognized accrediting organization. Central States Association Council on Distance Education is not an officially recognized accrediting organization. International Asso

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GCE-O examination results from Sierra Leone confirmed not authentic

V. F. Campbell retired from the West African Examinations Council [WAEC] office in Tower Hill, Freetown, Sierra Leone in October 2006. An affidavit dated 3 November 2009 from that WAEC office reporting GCE-O examination results for May/June 1990 that con

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Community College of Qatar Established

Community College of Qatar, a public institution established in 2010, enrolled its first students in September 2010. Male and female students are educated in separate buildings and have separate student parliaments. The language of instruction is English.

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North West Regional College in Northern Ireland Established

North West Regional College, a public institution, was established in 2007 via merger of Limavady College and North West Institute. It has branches in Limavady, Londonderry, and Strabane.

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Indian Institute of Distance Studies Unrecognized

Indian Institute of Distance Studies, a private institution in Vidyadhar Nagar Jaipur, Rajasthan, is not officially recognized as a degree-granting institution.

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