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Dept of Higher Education assures students that deregistered Educor private colleges qualifications still valid

The Department of Higher Education assured students that qualifications from deregistered Educor private colleges were still valid.

Lyceum College, Damelin, CityVarsity, and ICESA City Campus were some of the institutions that were deregistered for failing to submit some of their financial statements.

The department called on students to be given the chance to finish the 2024 academic year.

The Department of Higher Education granted four colleges a phase-out period for students already in the pipeline.

In a statement released on Tuesday, the department said qualifications issued previously or during the phase-out period remained valid.

It said the four colleges were obligated to their students to award them their qualifications and conclude the rest of the academic year.

The department emphasized its decision to cancel the registration statuses of these colleges remained intact.

The department said over 13,000 students were affected by this.

-EWN

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