International Technological University (ITU)
Université internationale de technologie (UIT)
1987-11 London UK
Nov 1987, London (UK), at the request of U-XG1982 - International Centre for Technical Research (ICTR). Registered as a Charitable Trust in accordance with UK law. Ceased to exist.
Develop a system of education accessible to and affordable by all students; prepare courses of study in engineering, technology, applied science and business studies; maintain academic standards at a level that commands respect throughout the world and offer degrees, diplomas or certificates that are accredited by professional associations throughout the world; develop instructional materials, and a system of support, of a quality such as to ensure that qualified industrious students have a high expectation of success.
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