Selinus cooperates with the California University CFE for the issuance of the equivalent degree in the USA.
Thanks to this partnership, a validation procedure of the credits obtained allows Selinus University students to obtain the equivalent US Degree.
California University FCE is a unified assessment organization that works in unison with other social service agencies, nonprofit corporations and associations. CUFCE helps US citizens and non-US citizens achieve their American dream.
California University FCE is organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Act for public and charitable purposes and is subject to California Franchise Tax Exempt Status. It is registered with the State of California Registrar of Deeds. California University FCE has applied for and been granted a five-year renewable institutional registration by the Registrar of Los Angeles County, California, current registration number: 20100880209.
Selinus University graduates can apply to CUFCE to obtain the Dual degree. Please, contact the Secretariat for further information.
Very rarely our students, that are managers, professionals and entrepreneurs, need to obtain licenses or transfer academic credits to/from other institutions; most of the times they already have a degree and are established professionals. However, in the United States, many licensing authorities require accredited degrees as a basis for licensing. In some cases, accredited universities may not accept non-accredited universities degrees for transfer courses and some employers may require an accredited degree as a basis for employment eligibility.
Selinus University respects the specific rules and regulations of each country and does not seek to influence the respective authorities.
In the event that a potential student wishes to enroll at Selinus University in order to access a governmental process of public or state employment using the degree obtained at Selinus University, we recommend that the requirements of such a process are explored in detail with the relevant authorities in one's country to assess whether the degree is useful for one's purposes, as the university does not intervene in such processes.