PRINCELY International University




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One of the great benefits of being part of Princely International University is that through your distance learning study, you will be supported by a continuous education expert team that is dedicated to helping working adults, from all ages, in their distance education to meet professional goals.

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Objective: This degree program prepares you for further studies in graduate programs. All the courses offered here are designed to meet your educational needs and aid in your career advancement.

Cost of Associate Diploma:
15.000 (US$) For American, Middle East & Asian countries.
15.000 (Euro) For European Countries / Nationals.

Academic requirements and duration:
Students seeking admission in a expert program are required to fulfill the following requirements:

- Adults of 27 years of age or over.
- A high school diploma, A Master in the same Major of your Associated requested Degree .
- If you had professional training, you may also be able to convert that into academic credits as well.
- Duration of the program ranges from 12 months to 3 years at an average of 10 weekly hours of study.
- The course curricula are entirely based on textbook material and adjusted to the student's personal goals. The final exam consists of a 25 to 35 page report based on each of the textbooks covered in the program, in addition to a Final Project of up to 75 pages.
- Students must complete around 65 credits.

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. Student Guide

Students can find in this section all the details and guidance related to application and studying procedures.

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