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Become IEA Professional Accredited Awards and Qualification Provider

Today’s academic world is much different from the world of 20 years ago. Students are no longer expected to move directly from high school to university. As plans, goals, and circumstances change, students make decisions to move back and forth between different institutions and different kinds of institutions. Some of the most common transfers are those between universities, from community colleges to universities, from one community college to another, and from a technical school or vocational training program to community college or university.

International Entrepreneurs Association, United Kingdom is an education registered professional body founded with the purpose of cultivating new generation of youth to become our future generation of professional & entrepreneurs through IEA’s  innovative concept of education qualification and award articulation accreditation system.

‘Professional Qualification Award’ refers to the acquisition of skills and knowledge, both for personal development and career advancement. The curriculum of a professional qualification is most often in a focused subject matter. Professional qualification encompasses all types of facilitated learning opportunities, ranging from college degrees to formal coursework, conferences and informal learning opportunities situated in practice. It has been described as intensive and collaborative, ideally incorporating an evaluative stage. There are a variety of approaches to professional qualification development, including consultation, coaching, communities of practice, lesson study, mentoring, reflective supervision and technical assistance.

Most professional qualification programmes are open enrollment, but some have admissions processes. A few universities put some of their professional certificates awards into a subclass they refer to as advanced professional qualifications. Your university courses can be mapped to our IEA professional accredited awards and qualifications, enabling you to offer your learners an extra qualification through their existing journey.  We offer a portfolio of qualifications at different, from award to diploma that are being exempted accredited by our evaluation and assessment system. These qualifications are highly regarded by employers as an evidence of an entrepreneur’s practical skills needed to perform in their business deal and confirm that the learning outcomes have been achieved at the required standard by our professional body.


What is IEA' Exemption Accredited Professional Awards and Qualification Provider?

IEA’ Exemption Credit Transfer programme {Accredited Professional Awards Qualification} is a process whereby credit already achieved for one qualification is recognised towards a new qualification.  This estimate of learning time includes direct time spent with teachers; time spent preparing for and doing assessments and time spent in assessment. IEA’s Diplomas can earn you credit toward a university degree. University admissions policies and transfer between IEA’s and a number of universities facilitate university admission for IEA’s graduates from specific programs by giving credit for college study. Graduates may receive credit for several courses or for a year or more toward a university degree.

Nonetheless, IEA has developed a Transfer Guide that contains programs of courses appropriate for transfer for community/junior college students who plan to obtain IEA professional qualification. This is to ensure courses or program that undergraduate semester hour credits earned at another college or university are accepted for credit and advanced standing toward an undergraduate program offered by IEA. Students and undergraduates who have attended a proper pathway in other college or university may be eligible to transfer some or all of their credits for use towards a IEA’s recognition without loss of credit in the middle of a degree program.

International Entrepreneurs Association endeavours to ensure for reviewing the programs of study periodically and revisions will be made where appropriate to ensure the accuracy of each transfer opportunity.  Requests for evaluation of such credits may be made after acceptance and the initial advising appointment. However, from time to time, changes may occur in programme offerings, admission requirements and transfer credit granted by the IEA.

The Credit Articulation and Transfer Accreditation (CATA) unit within the IEA’s registrar is responsible for evaluating transfer credit and identifying course-by-course equivalencies. Interested students are encouraged to consult with the admissions registrar of International Entrepreneurs Association. Additional pathway opportunities and information on collaborative programs, articulation collaboration s and credit transfers between IEAs and colleges is available for further discussion such as Joint Award or Affiliation Alliance.