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Saturday, February 21, 2009

BELGIUM'S MINISTER OF EDUCATION ON WIDU

Read what the Minister of Education from WIDU's home country of BELGIUM confirming the same thing we have been telling you.
 
 
From the Ministry of Education/NARIC of the Flemish Community in Belgium, Erwin Malfroy:
From: Erwin Malfroy [mailto:erwin.malfroy@ond.vlaanderen.be]
Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2005 3:08 AM

I hereby reconfirm that you may consider the World Information Distributed University, located in Belgium as a diploma mill.

According to the Belgian Constitutional Law education is one of the absolute freedoms in Belgium. Therefore every organisation/person is allowed to 'organize' education in Belgium and no authority may act against it.

However, holders of qualifications issued by these very very very very very private non-state-recognized institutions can not claim any academic (e.g. further studies at a genuine higher education institution) or civil right (access to a regulated profession).

Best regards,

Erwin Malfroy

NARIC-Vlaanderen

Higher Education Administration (Flemish Community of Belgium)

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