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European International University

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Website www.eiu.ac
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Address 66 Avenue des Champs Elysées, 75008, Paris, France
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Jan Vanherck

Remarks Member since January 1st, 2019 until now

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The European International University is a world-class Multi-Campus and Multi-Modal vocational and higher education provider based out of Paris, France. The university is duly recognized as Vocational Education & Professional Training (VEPT) service provider in accordance to Article R.6351-6 of the French Employment Code, under the registration number: 11755784775, with the prefecture of the region of ILE-DE-FRANCE, as well as internationally accredited by the Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges, and Universities (ASIC), a U.K. Government recognized international accreditation body.

In keeping with the spirit of EIU to innovate new paradigms in personal and professional development, we are proud to offer our unique vocation-focused, job skills specific programmes and qualifications, such as Practical English for Professional Success, Professional Certification in Specialized Job Skills & Competencies, Master Trainer Certification (Train-the-Trainer), Executive Diploma, Graduate Diploma, Post Graduate Diploma, Executive Bachelor’s, Professional Master’s and Professional Doctorate.

These vocation-focused, job skills-oriented programmes and qualifications provided at EIU place greater emphasis on career-specific advancement opportunities for executives and professionals who often perceive academic studies as something out-of-reach and beyond their intellectual capacity. These programmes and qualifications allow working adults to pursue such high-level scholarly activities by leveraging on their existing job-related expertise and experience, hence removing the fear of dropping out without successful completion. Needless to say, pursuing vocational education and training programmes are both cost-effective as well as timesaving. Since all learning activities and assessment of such learning are directly situated within the context of the adult students' own job role and functions, it is no surprise that the level of motivation throughout the study duration is optimal.