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I am presently doing a course with ABE (Association of Business Executives) and contemplating switching to your organization.
I was told by ABE these words, "If the Diploma is taught and awarded by Stonebridge College then it is classed as an internal award which is not accepted by ABE. Qualifications must be awarded by a recognized institute and be on the national qualifications framework."
Could you comment and clarify why this is so?

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Asked by cgcfree Thursday Apr 30th 2009 in Career Planning
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But isnt the qualifications obtained from Stonebridge (diploma) on the level of the national qualifications framework as mentioned by your organization?



All I am trying to find out (I live in the Caribbean) is that I need to know if this diploma from Stonebridge is recognised internationally other than in the UK.

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Yes. What they meant by this comment is that their awards are documents that they use as a means of marking completion, and that their awards are not accredited by any type of educational governing body, which means they can't be applied to or used as a means of application to any other institution.

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