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    May 5, 2007, 01:21 PM
    St Clements University - another unaccredited university?
    Would anyone tell me about the accreditation of St Clements University,please?
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    May 5, 2007, 02:01 PM
    Here is some good info on St Clements for you.

    St. Clements University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    May 5, 2007, 02:02 PM
    Please refer to THIS STICKY
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    May 8, 2007, 01:05 PM
    You can find more information on St Clements University from this website :
    St Clements University is a global university with campuses in various parts of the world.

    Take note that, there are many accrediting bodies. Some accrediting bodies are also accrediting mills. The most important thing is to check the curriculum of your study programme, syllabuses , assessment systems, study duration and the way the study programme is administered. For example, if you can earn a degree in seven days then its questionable.

    St Clements University is registered in Turks and Caicos Islands.
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    Apr 7, 2009, 08:47 PM
    St.Clements University

    Depending on which campus you go to the accreditation differs. I did a Master's through St.Clements NIUE and have just been accepted onto a PhD course by a university that is not accredited by any of the 6 US department of Education recognised councils but by the US Department of Education ITSELF. St Clements NIUE to its credit is accredited by several accreditation councils yet not all of these apply to every course, the ones that are from the UK Financial body refer only to their financial degrees etc... Again be careful, always read the small print. I enquired about their PhD program accreditation and they didn't try to decieve me in anyway, quite openly said they are not accredited by any authority then gave me the sales pitch. There is much to say for a university that doesn't lie in anyway or make false claims, they haven't. I can only speak for the NIUE section, other locations of St.Clements may not have the government support like the one in NIUE does, so other locations legality you will have to check for yourself. Take your time, read all the details, ask if you don't know and check their claims to accreditation by asking the referenced body. I did and came up trumps!

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