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Wed, 22 Jul 2015 19:19 - Updated Wed, 22 Jul 2015 19:19

Angolan Online Faculty works out of law - Ministry of Higher Education

Luanda- The National Institute for Evaluation, Accreditation and Recognition of Higher Education Study (INAAREES) warned Wednesday, in Luanda, the Angolan student community about the ilegal functioning of the Angolan Online Faculty.

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In a press note sent to Angop, the body assigned to the Ministry of Higher Education states that the mentioned institution of higher education Online is not legally authorized to perform any higher education activity.

Accordingly, the INAAREES stresses that all acts, benefits and titles arising from the Angolan Online Faculty operation are null for academic purposes.

The mentioned College lectures course of degree on creation and business administration online, as well as master's degree in business administration.

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