APEL.Q LEADS TOBachelor of Business Administration with Honours of Université Libérale de Paris

Receive a Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours (BBA with Honours) in just 09 months and save 95% of the costs

Typically, it takes 3 to 4 years to complete an international bachelor’s program. However, with the APEL.Q process, candidates with 10 years or more of work experience can apply to convert their experience into a Bachelor’s degree within 09 months.

The APEL.Q assessment criteria for the BBA with Honours program are published and recognized by the UK government and the University of Liberation Paris – Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U). After completing the APEL.Q process from the London Academy of Sciences, students will be awarded a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA with Honours) in one of the Majors offered by Paris-U, with savings of up to 95% compared to the full-time program at Paris-U in Europe.

Detailed Information

Introduction

What is APEL.Q?

APEL.Q – Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning for Qualifications is a Recognition of Prior Learning (APEL) process for qualifications (Q – Qualification) through the assessment and evaluation of the learning process (formal, informal, non-formal) and work experience. APEL.Q is widely implemented in Europe, and recently, in Asia, some countries have recognized APEL.Q as a formal process, nationally accredited, and prioritized for development as an effective policy serving open education, labour mobility, and lifelong learning.

APEL.Q allows individuals with professional expertise and work experience but without academic degrees to convert their experience into qualifications. APEL.Q is considered a rigorous, transparent, fair, accurate, and cost-effective process.

With traditional training programs, degree conferral is based on the competencies acquired through the training program. APEL.Q employs a reverse process compared to traditional education, using competencies defined by the government for each position and level to assess, recognize, and award qualifications. Degrees will be granted by occupational associations and/or universities if those entities acknowledge the assessment process.

APEL.Q for the BBA program of the London Academy of Sciences (LAS)

APEL.Q for the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program of the London Academy of Sciences (LAS) is implemented with competency criteria that are published and recognized by the UK government and Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U).

Through a 3-step process, which includes (1) portfolios detailing experience and work processes, (2) End Point Assessment, and (3) Capstone Projects, students can receive a degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours (BBA with Hons) within months, saving 85% of learning time and 95% of costs compared to full-time learning processes in Europe.

The London Academy of Sciences’ APEL.Q program is the world’s first independently implemented program, with published and accepted qualifications assessment criteria by the United Kingdom government and the Université Libéral de Paris (Paris-U).

Students graduate with a BBA with Hons degree from Université Libéral de Paris in one of the following majors:

  • BBA with Hons in International Business Administration
  • BBA with Hons in Organization Management
  • BBA with Hons in International Relations
  • BBA with Hons in Marketing Management
  • BBA with Hons in Financial Management
  • BBA with Hons in Strategy Management
  • BBA with Hons in Management of Insurance Operations
  • BBA with Hons in Tourism Management
  • BBA with Hons in Logistics Management
  • BBA with Hons in Human Resources Management
  • BBA with Hons in Administration
  • BBA with Hons in Engineering Business Management
  • BBA with Hons in E-commerce Management
  • BBA with Hons in Information System Management
  • BBA with Hons in Design Management
  • BBA with Hons in Management of Non-profit Organisations
  • Other majors depend on graduate projects

The complete qualifications framework used to evaluate APEL.Q of LAS was designed by the UK government in order to ensure recognition and effectiveness in the workplace, with the assistance of councils such as Serco (employer chair), Civil Service (employer chair), Acivico (Birmingham City Council), Anglo Educational, Barclays, BT, Balfour Beatty, Barchester Healthcare, Boots UK Ltd, British Army, BBC, CMI, Co-op, DFS, Grant Thornton, Interserve, JRV Associates, KPMG, Morgan Sindell, NHS (Dept of Health), Nestle, Opus Building Services, Pearson, Pendragon plc, Ricoh, Sainsburys, Santander UK plc, Speedy Services, umi Digital, Unipart, United Utilities plc, Virgin Media, Wincanton, XPO Logistics.

Benefits and Differences
1. Get a Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours (BBA with Hons) in one of  majors within 09 months:
  • The APEL.Q process helps recognize accumulated experiences to transfer directly to the Capstone Project stage of the Université Libérale de Paris. Candidates could receive the final results within 09 months if they follow the program’s framework and provide appropriate documents.
2. All degrees and assessment criteria are fully accredited and recognized:
  • All assessment criteria are published and recognized by the UK government.
  • Assessment criteria are recognized in the workplace with the participation of various assessment councils from CMI, Acivico, Agillisys, Anglo Educational, Balfour Beatty, Barchester Healthcare, Barclays Bank, Boots UK Ltd, BBC, Civil Service, Codegent, Co-op, Evolution Partnership, HMRC, Kinnerton Confectionery, NISA Retail Limited, One Stop, Opus Building Services, Sainsburys, Santander UK plc, Serco, Umi Digital / Anglo Educational, Virgin Media, ILM, TUI, Markerstudy, Babcock, Gateshead Council, Lifetime.
  • Receive a Senior Manager Certified from the London Academy of Sciences (LAS): Approve the professional competency corresponding to the Chartered Manager according to Level 6 RQF of the UK government. Certification of the competency issued by the LAS must comply with the UK government’s competency regulations and guidelines.
  • Receive a LAS Level 6 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership: LAS Level 6 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership complies with the Level 6 UK Regulated Qualification Framework (Bachelor).
  • Receive a BBA with Hons in one of the majors at Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U):
    • The level of the official degree is consistent with that of a full-time study program in France.
    • Paris-U is the world’s first liberal arts university for post-graduates with full accreditation.
    • The entire program applies the Level 6 European Qualifications Framework (EQF).
3. Save 90% of study time:

Instead of full-time studying for 3 to 4 years in Europe, with the APEL.Q procedure for BBA with Hons, you only have 02 activities and 01 course as below:

    • Activity 1: Submit Portfolios to the LAS
    • Activity 2: Complete End-Point Assessment and submit it to LAS
    • Course: Study and complete Capstone Projects at Paris-U
4. Saving 95% on tuition fees
  • You only have to pay 5% of the total tuition fees compared to the cost of studying and living as a full-time student in Europe. Please contact us for more details.
5. Transparent & No extra fees
  • APEL.Q is a completely fair and transparent process. We assure you that no costs will be incurred without being announced. 
Application Criteria

To apply for APEL.Q, the candidates are required to have:

Diploma APEL.Q Bachelor APEL.Q Master APEL.Q Doctorate
1 High School
IGCSE
A-Level
T-Level
Level 3 EQF
10 years Not Applicable Not Applicable
2 Certificate Level 4
Intermediate
Level 4 EQF
5 years 20 years Not Applicable
3 Diploma Level 4
College
Level 5 EQF
5 years 15 years Not Applicable
4 Bachelor
Level 6 EQF Diploma
Immediately 10 years Not Applicable
5 Master
Level 7 EQF Diploma
N/A Immediately 10 years
6 Doctor
Level 8 EQF
N/A N/A Immediately

APEL.Q result and degrees

Upon completion of the APEL.Q program, candidates will receive:

1. LAS Level 6 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership

LAS Level 6 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership adapt the Level 6 academic competency standard (UK Bachelor) with subjects have results recognized includes:

Note: After End-Point Assessment (EPA), candidates will receive the LAS Level 6 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership. This diploma is used only for recognition of the academic level and only for registration at the Capstone Projects stage of the Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U). The LAS Level 6 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership is an accredited professional qualification that is not a part of the Ofqual system and is not transferable to other academic degrees if it is not recognized by the LAS.

2. APEL.Q Assessment Report:

APEL.Q Assessment Report is a document that evaluates candidates’s competency corresponding to Level 6 RQF (Bachelor). APEL.Q helps the LAS’s partner universities to recognize and admit candidates for the Capstone Projects stage.

At the working environment, APEL.Q Assessment Report is also used to demonstrate the competency, the level of professional at enterprises, as well as a tool for human resource managers to evaluate employee performance.

Applicants cannot use the APEL.Q Assessment Report to transfer to other academic programs that are not recognized and authorized in writing by the LAS.

3. Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in one of the Liberal Education majors from the Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U):
  • BBA with Hons in International Business Administration
  • BBA with Hons in Marketing Management
  • BBA with Hons in Financial Management
  • BBA with Hons in Strategy Management
  • BBA with Hons in Management of Insurance Operations
  • BBA with Hons in Tourism Management.
  • BBA with Hons in Logistics Management
  • BBA with Hons in Human Resources Management
  • BBA with Hons in Administration
  • BBA with Hons in Engineering Management
  • BBA with Hons in E-commerce Management
  • BBA with Hons in Information System Management
  • BBA with Hons in Design Management
  • BBA with Hons in Management of Non-profit Organisations
  • BBA with Hons in other majors depend on graduate projects.

The degree is equivalent to that of full-time international students at Université Libérale de Paris.

4. Chartered Management Certification from The London Academy of Sciences (additional): 

The Senior Manager certified by LAS approves the corresponding professional competency with that of the Chartered Manager, according to Level 6 RQF of the UK government. Certificatrion of the competency issued by the LAS complies to the UK government’s competency policy and guidelines:

Content Code (UK Gov Code) Notes (Quoted verbatim from the UK government)
Level of expertise in labour market Chartered Manager A Chartered Manager is someone who can take responsibility for people, projects, operations and/or services to deliver long term organisational success, with the professional recognition of their ability to deliver impact, behave ethically and demonstrate their commitment to continual learning and development.
Level of competency Level 6 RQF Professional managers in the private, public or third sector and all sizes of organisation. Specific job roles may include: Manager; Senior Manager; Head of Department; Operations Manager; or anyone with significant management responsibilities.

Professional managers capable of managing complexity and delivering impact at a strategic and/or operational level with management and leadership responsibility for setting and delivering organisational objectives through a wide range of functions.

Professional managers who want to develop fully all aspects of their management and leadership skills, knowledge, self-awareness and behaviours. These include strategic decision making, setting direction and achieving results, building and leading teams, clear communication, developing skills and motivating others, fostering inclusive and ethical cultures, leading change, project management, financial management, innovation, risk management, & developing stakeholder relationships.

Competency Recognition Code ST0272 Version: 1.0
Date updated: 07/04/2022
Approved for delivery: 8 October 2015
Route: Business and administration
LARS Ref. Code (Learning aim reference service) 55
The body in charge of developing and approving the competency criteria for APEL.Q process Ofqual (UK.Gov) Ofqual only recognizes the competency criteria used by the Academy of Sciences for the APEL.Q process
Panel of experts involved in the development of the capacity framework The State Council in combination with the academic council and expert panel at the enterprise helps to increase the validity of the evaluation criteria. CMI, Acivico, Agillisys, Anglo Educational, Balfour Beatty, Barchester Healthcare, Barclays Bank, Boots UK Ltd, BBC, Civil Service, Codegent, Co-op, Evolution Partnership, HMRC, Kinnerton Confectionery, NISA Retail Limited, One Stop, Opus Building Services, Sainsburys, Santander UK plc, Serco, umi Digital / Anglo Educational, Virgin Media, ILM, TUI, Markerstudy, Babcock, Gateshead Council, Lifetime
The UK government’s maximum funding £22000 Only applicable to UK nationals under certain conditions

Note: Chartered Manager Certified is a professional certified from the LAS. The Senior Manager Certified of LAS is not a Work Permit, not an Academic qualifications.

The APEL.Q Process

The assessment consists of the subsequent:

1. Portfolio Submission
  • Submit your portfolio
  • The London Academy of Sciences (LAS) will evaluate your portfolio
2. End Point Assessment (EPA)
  • Complete the End Point Assessment with the guides and support from the LAS
  • Receive APEL.Q report from LAS
  • Transfer the End Point Assessment result from LAS to the partner university
3. Capstone Project & Postgraduate courses (if any)
Resit & Retake

During the End-Point Assessment (EPA) evaluation, if the assessment board concludes that the candidate has not met the requirements, there are still ample opportunities for the candidate to supplement evidence and/or competencies to pass the EPA. The unsuccessful profiles will be categorized into two groups: (1) Those requiring additional evidence (Resit) and (2) Those needing to enhance competencies/knowledge (Retake).

1. For records requiring additional evidence (Resit):

  • The maximum number of Resit times is 2 times.
  • Resit fee for 1 time: 200 Pounds.
  • If unsuccessful, the EPA refund policy applies after two unsuccessful Resit times.

2. For records with additional capacity requirements (Retake):

  • The maximum number of Retake is 1 time.
  • Retake fee for 1 time: 300 Pounds.
  • If unsuccessful, the EPA refund policy applies after an unsuccessful Retake.

For more details, please refer to Resit and Retake process.

Refund policy
Stage End-Point Assessment Refund Capstone Fee Refund
Application Fee Non-refundable N/A
Withdraw 2 weeks before the programme starts and
Applicants have not submitted the Portfolio
100% N/A
Withdraw 1 week before the programme starts and
Applicant have not submitted the Portfolio
75% N/A
At the beginning of the programme and
Applicants have not submitted the Portfolio
50% N/A
One week after the programme starts 25% N/A
Two weeks after the programme starts Non-refundable N/A
Fail after 2 proof additions (Resit) 50% N/A
Fail after 1 capacity enhancement
(Retake)
90% N/A
Capstone Project Non-refundable Non-refundable
Resits and Retake Capstone Project Non-refundable Non-refundable

NO-LOST Policy

The NO-LOST policy is an exclusive policy for APEL.Q candidates of the London Academy of Sciences, ensuring that candidates will not incur APEL.Q fees if they do not meet the requirements. This policy applies when a candidate does not pass the APEL.Q process and chooses not to apply the Refund policy:

  • Applicants can transfer 100% of the tuition fee that they have made, including the Application Fee, into any programme at LAS’s partner universities.
  • Applicants can choose any major/ programme in the system of LAS’s partner universities. The new major/ programme can be different from the previous APEL.Q major/programme.
  • Applicants can choose any programme that LAS’s partner universities have.
  • LAS’s partner universities include:
  1. The Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U). Click HERE for more information
  2. The Swiss Institute of Management and Innovation (SIMI). Click HERE for more information
  3. The London Language College (for TESOL programmes only). Click HERE for more information
Academic support

According to the UK government, candidates must be solely responsible for the entire APEL.Q process. However, the London Academy of Sciences (LAS) understands that with support from the LAS and its partners, the process of providing evidence will be more accurate, time-saving and easier for professional councils to evaluate.

Our partner will support you during the APEL.Q process and Capstone Project. There is no additional cost incurred, please kindly note that your work should be done by yourself, the LAS’s partner will not take over all your work. In addition, it is compulsory to be honest in every process. Otherwise, we will immediately terminate your APEL.Q application without reimbursement of any costs when we find false or inaccurate competency proofs in your application.

There is an information connection through the LAS’s End-Point Assessment (EPA) system between the LAS’s APEL.Q assessment council for candidates to apply at LAS’s partners in Europe, ASEAN, Africa, MENA region and China. Candidates can only submit 01 APEL.Q application at a time and cannot submit in more than one country.

The LAS will help you to:
  1. Consult the APEL.Q process;
  2. Help you self-evaluate your qualifications successfully before submitting your APEL.Q application;
  3. Provide complete information such as regulation, competency standard and liability disclaimer.
  4. Instruct to prepare the APEL.Q Application form;
  5. Instruct to work on and submit the Portfolios (including evidence);
  6. Instruct End-Point Assessment;
  7. Have a supervisor for the Capstone Project during study and do the Capstone Project with the University.

Scientific partners will only support you, absolutely not take over your work.

No support fee:

Partners do not charge support fees from candidates. APEL.Q candidates do not incur any additional fee for activities.

No commitment of the contents that are not under authority:

According to EU regulations and those regulations related to transparency, unfair competition, both the LAS, the partner universities and partners shall not commit anything that is not under their authority. Please refer to the disclaimer for more information.

Graduation and ceremony

The APEL.Q process consists of two stages and each stage is independently responsible by The London Academy of Sciences (LAS) and Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U). The responsibility of LAS will end after successful transfer of the End-Point Assessment (EPA) results to Paris-U and seeking the recognition from the Paris-U. After Paris-U has recognized the EPA results, the candidate officially becomes a student of Paris-U and can participate in the final stage of Paris-U (Capstone Projects). As a student, the candidate will have all the benefits of being an international student from Paris-U, including the right to receive a degree and attend the Paris-U graduation ceremony if they meet all of the criteria from Paris-U.

Depending on the Paris-U event schedule, candidates can participate in the graduation ceremony held in Europe or other locations chosen by Paris-U. Graduation ceremony attendance fees and additional related fees will be paid by the candidates and excluded from the APEL.Q tuition fee.

In case candidates are unable to attend the graduation ceremony, the degree and diploma from the LAS and Paris-U will be delivered to the local partner. Candidates can come to the local partner’s office to pick up their degree.

APEL.Q qualifications framework for BBA with Hons (UK government recognized)

The entire competency framework used to assess APEL.Q for the Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours (BBA with Hons) program at Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U) is recognized by the United Kingdom government. It involves the collaboration of councils from Serco (employer chair), Civil Service (employer chair), Acivico (Birmingham City Council), Anglo Educational, Barclays, BT, Balfour Beatty, Barchester Healthcare, Boots UK Ltd, British Army, BBC, CMI, Co-op, DFS, Grant Thornton, Interserve, JRV Associates, KPMG, Morgan Sindell, NHS (Dept of Health), Nestle, Opus Building Services, Pearson, Pendragon plc, Ricoh, Sainsburys, Santander UK plc, Speedy Services, umi Digital, Unipart, United Utilities plc, Virgin Media, Wincanton, XPO Logistics.

APEL.Q for the Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours (BBA with Hons) program attains Level 6 (Bachelor) according to the UK National Qualifications Framework (RQF), recognized by Ofqual (UK Government), equivalent to:

 

Level Competency Framework Equivalent Degree
6 Level UK (RQF) degree apprenticeship
graduate certificate
graduate diploma
level 6 diploma
level 6 NVQ
ordinary degree without honours
10 Scotland Level (SCQF) Honours Degree
Graduate Certificate / Diploma
Professional Development Awards
SCQF Level 9
Bachelors/Ordinary Degree
Graduate Certificate / Diploma
Professional Development Awards
SVQ 4
Final year of 3 years university system UK university training (FHEQ Degree
Degree with honours – for example bachelor of the arts (BA) hons, bachelor of science (BSc) hons
6 Europe’s Level (EQF) Level 6 Vocational Qualifications
Bachelor Degree
Bachelor Degree with Hons
7-8 Autralia’s level (AQF) Bachelor Degree (Level 7)
Bachelor Degree with Hons (Level 8)
7-8 Africa’s Level (ACQF) Bachelor Degree (Level 7)
Bachelor Degree with Hons (Level 8)
6 ASEAN level (ARQF) Level 6 Vocational Qualifications
Bachelor Degree
Bachelor Degree with Hons

Detailed competency framework (We will keep the original version provided by the UK government):

Knowledge What is required
Strategy Knows how to shape organisational vision, culture and values. Understands organisational structures; business modelling; diversity; global perspectives; governance and accountability; the external environment, social, technological and policy implications. Understands new market strategies, changing customer demands and trend analysis.
Innovation & Change Understands innovation; the impact of disruptive technologies (mechanisms that challenge traditional business methods and practices); drivers of change and new ways of working across infrastructure, processes, people and culture and sustainability.

Knowledge of systems thinking, knowledge/data management, and programme management.

Enterprise & Risk Knowledge of ethics and values based leadership; regulatory environments, legal, H&S and well-being and compliance requirements; corporate social responsibility; risk management, environmental impact and cyber security. Understands competitive strategies and entrepreneurialism, approaches to effective decision making, and the use of big data and insight to implement and manage change.
Finance Understands financial strategies including scenarios, modelling and identifying trends, application of economic theory to decision-making, and how to evaluate financial and non- financial information. Understands financial governance and legal requirements, and procurement strategies.
Leading & Developing People Knowledge of organisational/team dynamics and how to build engagement and develop high performance, agile and collaborative cultures. Understands approaches to strategic workforce planning including talent management, learning organisations, workforce design, succession planning, diversity and inclusion.
Developing Collaborative Relationships Understands large scale and inter-organisational influencing and negotiation strategies. Knowledge of the external political environment and use of diplomacy with diverse groups of internal and external stakeholders. Understands working with board and company structures. Knowledge of brand and reputation management.
Skills What is required
Strategy Use of horizon scanning and conceptualisation to deliver high performance strategies focusing on growth/sustainable outcomes. Sets a clear agenda and gains support from key stakeholders. Able to undertake research, and critically analyse and integrate complex information.
Innovation and Change Initiates and leads change in the organisation, creates environment for innovation and creativity, establishing the value of ideas and change initiatives and drives continuous improvement. Able to manage conflict. Manages partnerships, people and resources effectively, and measures outcomes. Acts where needed as a Sponsor, championing projects and transformation of services across organisational boundaries.
Enterprise and Risk Challenge strategies and operations in terms of ethics, responsibility, sustainability, resource allocation and business continuity/risk management. Application of principles relating to Corporate Social Responsibility, Governance, Regulatory compliance. Drives a culture of resilience and supports development of new enterprise and opportunities.
Finance Oversees financial strategies/management, results and setting organisational budgets, and challenges financial assumptions underpinning strategies. Is accountable for decisions based on relevant information e.g. Key Performance Indicators/scorecard. Uses financial data to allocate resources. Oversees procurement, supply chain management and contracts.
Engaging Employees Uses personal presence and “storytelling” to articulate and translate vision into operational strategies, demonstrating clarity in thinking and using inspirational communication. Creates an inclusive culture, encouraging diversity and difference. Gives and receives feedback at all levels, building confidence and developing trust, and enables people to take risks.
Leading and Developing People Enables an open and high performance working, and sets goals and accountabilities for teams and individuals. Leads and influences people, building constructive working relationships across teams, using matrix management where required. Ensures workforce skills are utilised, balancing people and technical skills and encouraging continual development.
Building Collaborative Relationships Manages complex relationships across multiple and diverse stakeholders. Builds trust and rapport, with ability to positively challenge. Leads beyond area of control/authority, and able to influence, negotiate and use advocacy skills to build reputation and effective collaborations.
Behaviours What is required (developed and exhibited in the workplace)
Leads by Example Has high levels of self-awareness, emotional and social intelligence, empathy and compassion, and able to identify mental well-being in others. Works collaboratively enabling empowerment and delegation. Acts with humility and authenticity, is credible, confident and resilient.
Judgement and Challenge Takes personal accountability aligned to clear values. Demonstrates flexibility and willingness to challenge when making decisions and solving problems. Instils confidence demonstrating honesty, integrity, openness, and trust.
Courage & Curiosity Is confident and brave, willing to innovate, seeks new ideas and looks for contingencies. Manages complexity and ambiguity, comfortable in uncertainty, and is pragmatic.
Valuing Difference Engaging with all – is ethical and demonstrates inclusivity, recognising diversity, championing, and enabling cultural inclusion. Empowers and motivates to inspire and support others.
Professional Reflects on own performance, demonstrates professional standards in relation behaviour and ongoing development. Advocates the use of good practice within and outside the organisation.

 

Evidence & Portfolios
Direct Evidence

Certificates and Diplomas

You can provide various types of certificates and diplomas that you have accumulated:

  • Diplomas, certificates
  • Result confirmations
  • Courses organized by businesses (with certificates)

Job-related documents

You can provide documents and records that you have accessed or developed during your work:

  • Photos, diagrams, charts, processes…
  • Reports
  • Written documents
  • Projects
  • Goals
  • Products or works that you have acquired

Records of Business Activities

Documents arising from the business activities that you can provide:

  • Notes
  • Emails
  • Completed records, documents
  • Contracts, agreements at the workplace
  • Contracts with customers

Other documents

You can provide other evidence arising from everyday life:

  • Published articles
  • Awards from professional associations, communities…
Indirect Evidence

Records

You can provide records (forms or documents with filled information) including:

  • Work logs
  • Records
  • Scientific articles
  • Blog posts, social media articles…

E-mail

You can provide communication emails with relevant parties to demonstrate corresponding capabilities:

  • Customer feedback
  • To-do lists
  • Documents demonstrating “writing and communication” skills

Supporting letters

You can provide letters confirming your capabilities from:

  • Business owners
  • Community, associations
  • Those who have worked with you (colleagues, partners…)
Liability disclaimer
General information
  • The APEL.Q process is an independent process implemented by the London Academy of Sciences (LAS). According to EU regulations and international standards, the APEL.Q process is executed to ensure transparency, fairness, independence, and efficiency, following the stipulations and guidelines. However, it is not a program under the government and does not receive financial support, scholarships, etc., from the government.
  • LAS’s APEL.Q process is independent and recognized by partner universities, but it is not subject to intervention or control by partner universities or any third parties. LAS conducts the APEL.Q accreditation and makes decisions. The partner universities only accept and recognize the results after LAS has completed the APEL.Q Assessment Report.
  • The APEL.Q result, assessed by LAS, along with accompanying documents and certificates, is used solely to assist partner universities in recognizing corresponding capabilities within the training program to transition to the final stage (Capstone Projects), thereby saving time and costs. LAS’s APEL.Q results are not professional certificates, job recognitions, position/title recognitions, degrees, or any similar forms.
  • The partner university is the institution that confers degrees. The London Academy of Sciences (LAS) does not award academic degrees (degree, academic diploma) in any form to candidates applying for the APEL.Q process.
  • Any diploma issued by the London Academy of Sciences (LAS), if available, is a certification of professional level and is intended for the purpose of transitioning to the partner university. Diplomas issued by LAS are not part of the Ofqual system and cannot be used for transfer to other universities.
  • Students may not use the APEL.Q Assessment Report to transfer to universities other than the partner university or universities officially recognized by LAS in writing.
  • After having their capabilities recognized by the partner university, candidates are now official students of the partner university and proceed to the Capstones Projects stage. Students are obligated to adhere to the regulations set by the partner university during the Capstones Projects and fulfill related responsibilities before and after graduation. LAS’s responsibility ends once candidates are confirmed as official students by the partner university and enter the Capstones Projects stage.
  • Both LAS and the partner university do not commit to anything beyond their jurisdiction and decision-making authority, and they are not responsible for the use of the diploma, diploma recognition in the workplace and country, career advancement, settlement opportunities, employment opportunities, etc., after graduation.
  • LAS has the right to immediately cancel the APEL.Q results without refunding any fees if the candidate violates the agreed-upon principles before applying for the APEL.Q process.
  • If a candidate provides forged evidence or inaccurate information in the APEL.Q portfolio, LAS and the partner university have the right to invalidate the results (including APEL.Q results and issued diplomas, if any). In this case, LAS and the partner university will not refund any fees or incurred costs (if any) in any form, and the candidate is responsible for all risks and damages caused by forgery and inaccurate information.
  • During and after the candidate’s learning process and the completion of Capstone Projects, the partner university has the right to revoke the student status, withhold the diploma, or revoke the issued diploma if the candidate violates the agreed-upon principles, signed regulations, and academic integrity.
  • The London Academy of Sciences reserves the right to accept or reject the APEL.Q portfolio of the candidate.
  • The prescribed timeline for the entire process is 9 months, ensuring that candidates submit complete portfolios and meet the deadlines for End-Point Assessment and Capstone Projects. Cases of non-compliance with the predefined timeline will not receive the graduation confirmation letter and/or diploma within the 9-month period. Students will receive the graduation confirmation letter within 1 month from the date of Capstone Projects results, and the diploma will be shipped to the authorized representative unit in the country within 2 months. The actual delivery time depends on the university’s issuance process, printing time, and the transportation duration by the delivery unit.
  • The fee for the APEL.Q process does not cover graduation-related costs (if any), diploma shipping fees, and other expenses unrelated to the APEL.Q process.
  • The APEL.Q registration fee is non-refundable in any form.

 Candidates are encouraged to thoroughly check and obtain information from reliable sources before registering for the LAS APEL.Q process.

The London Academy of Sciences (LAS) and the partner university do not commit to:
  • No commitment that participating in APEL.Q process is qualified and can take part in the program’s final stage from the partner university if candidates do not meet the standards and regulations.
  • No commitment that participating in the final stage is able to get the degree/diploma if candidates do not meet the academic standards, financial obligations and related regulations from the partner university.
  • No commitment about the degree/diploma usage process after the partner university issued, including the recognition in the workplace and the country where the degree is used.
  • No commitment about immigration, job promotion, easy to get a job, student visa or tourism before/during/after graduation and get a diploma/degree.

The LAS and its partners do not commit to anything beyond their jurisdiction.

TUITION FEESTotal 4,000 Pound

THE DEGREE IS FROM UNIVERSITÉ LIBÉRALE DE PARIS (PARIS-U)
APPLICATION FEE
£200
at the beginning
END-POINT ASSESSMENT
£1,800
right after recieved the LOA
90% REFUND
£-1,620
in case EPA Fails
CAPSTONES
£2,000
right after receive APEL.Q report

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    THE 1ST LIBERAL ARTS UNIVERSITY IN THE WORLD FOR POST-GRADUATE

    Université Libérale de Paris (Paris-U) was established with one mission in mind – to be a world leader in providing high-quality, fully accredited, and globally recognized academic programs to an international clientele.

    Paris-U provides a unique opportunity to transform learners’ lives by giving students access to authentic, high-quality French education and training. This is further enhanced by top-notch professors, internationally recognized qualifications, strong employability, and clear career progressions.

    Our career-oriented study programs are based on and are fully compatible with the established European educational systems, guidelines for higher education are outlined in the Bologna agreements. Compatibility is evaluated through an accreditation process via accredition and recognized bodies.

    FULL ACCREDITATION & RECOGNITION

    Paris-U is a reputable, recognized, and globally acclaimed Institute of Higher Education that has successfully obtained accreditation at institutional, school, and program levels.

    At institutional level, Paris-U is fully accredited by ASIC with “Premier Institution” level. All our academic programs are in full compliance with the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) and National Quality Framework (NQF).

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