Want to brag a bit? Get an
instant masters degree! Of course, we
don't endorse it.
Everyone knows that people who posses a
university degree are looked upon as the elite.
Having such credentials assures
leverage in the work place, and respect from
If you have always wanted a college degree to
hang on your wall, but haven't found the time or
resources to do so, you can approach some
experimental universities that exploit legal
loopholes in order to gain a degree based on
your life experience.
Click this link for a
that can bestow
transcripts, based on your life experience.
It's an escrow firm representing Universities that will
grant college degrees honoring work , military
experience and/or previous college credits in
exchange for a benefactor's endowment. All
degrees granted are verifiable through the
University's Registrar's Office
The advantage of
is that they offer non-traditional
degree recognition at affordable prices. The
program is suited for busy working adults
seeking a college degree, with massive
experience, but with no time to study. .
All colleges and universities represented by
this company are allegedly registered to issue degrees for
distance learning and portfolio assessment. This
is, allegedly a legal degree. You may include it on your
resume, business cards, letterhead, passport,
web site, job application, or any other official
document you fill out.
Remember that while the degree is
allegedly legal, how you choose to use it might not be.
Never misrepresent how your degree was obtained,
otherwise you will be held liable for your
misrepresentation. For this reason we demand
that people always be truthful
about how their degree was earned.
How is it that such an endowment of "rapid
degrees" is possible? After the passage of the
French Legislature allowing the
conversion of work experience into college
credits, various universities around the world
have begun offering honorary bachelors, masters,
doctorates in exchange for an "benefactor's fee"
Read about the legislature
So, do we at Ivy Universities endorse
For novelty purposes (to hang a fancy
diploma on your wall) or maybe to gain some
bragging rights for decades of
experience, YES, we believe this type of degree
has a measure of utilitarian value.
This is the
ONLY endorsed use of the item.
But if the degree obtained is intended
to perpetuate fraud (such as the purchase of
a Doctorate in Surgery to practice medicine, or
to gain a promotion),
we severely frown upon the act. This is
downright criminal and WILL result in jail time.
companies offering degrees in exchange for