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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED?


WHY ARE CERTIFICATES FOR DIPLOMA AND DEGREE ALL PRINTED ON -SIMILAR IN COLOUR,CHEAP SEAL AND FADING MANILLA PAPER
 
 
SOMEBODY TELL US Why are the diploma and degree certificates printed in the same funny cheap manilla paper,all are yellow,with same seal yet they are said to be from different exam bodies?

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    You are here : Home | | Varsity: We’re no degree mill
    Varsity: We’re no degree mill
    Submitted by pekwan on Thursday, September 10th, 2009

    * Isles International University (IIU)
    * Local

    Thursday, September 10th, 2009 08:26:00


    Preston

    FLASHBACK: Our report on Sept 2
    ANOTHER institution of higher learning has denied recent reports in a local daily alleging that it is a
    “degree mill”.



    This time it is the Isles International University (IIU) — formerly known as Irish International University. Its president, Prof H. Sandhu, said in a statement that the claims in the reports were “fabricated and malicious”.

    “We are contemplating filing multi-million ringgit civil and criminal lawsuits against this English daily,” Sandhu said.

    He claimed that the allegation that IIU was blacklisted by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) in July 2005, which was then known as the National Accreditation Board, was an “outright lie”.

    In the said reports, it also mentioned that a probe team, initiated by British news corporation BBC, had in January last year, exposed IIU as an international scam that targets foreign students who pursued their studies in London.

    “The daily also wrongly claimed that IIU was blacklisted by the Higher Education Ministry (MOHE) and the Public Service Department. The fabrications are deceiving the public into believing IIU is a degree mill,” Sandhu said.

    According to IIU’s statement, the university, that practices an “open university” concept, was founded over one-and-half decades ago with founding members from four nationalities.

    It also affirmed that its degrees have been validated and recognised by several United Kingdom professional bodies, accredited universities and in several cases, governments.

    “At IIU, we have real teaching faculties, real people administering and real people assuring quality from sources of reference. We are certainly not a degree mill.”

    IIU joins Newport Institute of Higher Learning and Preston University who have cried foul over the same newspaper report — an extensive feature on dodgy colleges and degree mills.

    Other institutions of higher learning that have also been implicated in the said feature include Dublin Metropolitan University, Cambridgeshire University and Pacific Western University in Hawaii.

    September 25, 2009 at 7:46 AM

  • hhahahah so they are now threatening people who expose them. how nce :-)

    September 25, 2009 at 10:18 AM

  • ALL OF OF YOU TALKING SO MUCH ABOUT DEGREE MILL ... WHY NOT TALKING ABOUT WEAPON MILL, ABOUT NUCLEAR MILL, ABOUT CRIMINAL MILL, ABOUT CHEMICAL MILL, ABOUT FAKE TERRORISM MILL, ... THAT THE USA SELLING INTO THE WORLD FOR KILLING TO EACH OTHER???

    December 11, 2009 at 11:23 AM

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