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									               The Academic Council of CCLP Worldwide
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         Educational Prospectus
         cum students hand book

                            The Academic Council of CCLP Worldwide
                         Promoted by Global Civil Society CCLP Worldwide

                          TABLE OF CONTENTS
About this Handbook ..................................................... 4
Dean’s Message…………………………………..                                                     5-6
Conventions.................................................................       8-10
Diversity Statement ..................................................            11
Disclaimer……………………………………………… 11
Code of Conduct              ....................................................... 12
Academic Code ............................................................13
Program of studies                ....................................................14-15
Academic Instruction and Support ................................ 16

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Academic Policies …………………………………..17-19

FAQs ……………………………………………… 20-23

Students Affairs ………………..……………………24

Computing and Network ……………………………25-26

Application…………………………………………. 26

Contact Us……………………………………………27

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About this Prospectus cum Handbook

This prospectus cum handbook is designed to provide students with a clear
understanding of the Academic Council of CCLP Worldwide — its processes,
policies, guidelines and regulations.

The handbook has been deliberately written to send direct message to prospective
Students worldwide. This is to ensure clarity and avoid ambiguity. However, if
there is anything you are unsure about, or need further clarification on, you should
seek additional guidance from the Academic Council
( before taking any further action.

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   From the Desk of Dean and Rector of Academic Council

Dear Friends & All Our CCLP Family,


I deem it is a great pleasure as well as privilege to express my Message as Dean
and Rector of Academic Council of CCLP Worldwide, the centre of studies with
potential for Excellence. My Priorities will be to ensure transparency in
administration and a research – friendly, conducive academic climate. I always
stand for Participatory Management with ―Bottom- up‖ Approach and Collective
Wisdom rather than the Helicopter model with ―Top – Down‖ Approach.
Consolidation of the past and Strengthening of the future will be my watchwords.
I firmly believe that our students Friends must develop the 21st Century Skills,
Including Knowledge of information and Communication Technology, Problem
Solving Critical Thinking and Collaboration. Quality Education to all including the
rural and disadvantaged segments of our Global community will be the focus of
my attention.

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I personally express my firm belief Verily that –there is ONE GLOBAL EARTH
PLANET & ONE NATION & we all as Global Community, so Let all the Global
Citizens of the Global Civil Society Value all human beings, support the
principles, global ethics and universal values such as respect, justice, peace,
dignity, freedom, responsibility and cooperation among us BEYOND ALL
Concrete efforts will be made to implement the choice based Credit System
(CBCS) in higher Education and also to realize the plan goals of access, Equity,
Relevance, Quality and Excellence, e- Governance and ―Inclusive Education‖.
In the months to come, the Academy will be poised for exploring new dimensions of
institutional accomplishment, by renovating its academic system, reinforcing and
augmenting its teaching, research and extension in coordinated manner, to keep
pace with international standards in these areas and endow human resource with
digital capabilities to serve the Globe in the special context of the challenges and
imperatives of Globalization.
I earnestly solicit the collaboration and contribution of all the interested academia
to join hand with us in our march towards Academic Excellence.

Prof Dr Genaro Rosemary Shepherd, Spain

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                             Objectives and Scope

1. Provide specialized training up to Masters Level, as educators of higher education,
in the field of Science of Education.
2. Provide a sound understanding between the Science of Education, international
higher education educator and new trends in education; in terms of higher education
for everyone, the knowledge relevant to Chartered Educators in the 21st century.
3. Provide basis in order to train education professionals to serve as an agile and
competent force in their respective educational institutions.
4. Provide training to educators to enable them build a robust knowledge base, in the
domain of teaching and conceptual bases of design and curriculum development.
5. Provide educators with the fundamental knowledge and skills relevant to teaching
methodology, materials development and educational evaluation.
6. Train educators on the theories of the practice of research.

This post graduate course is aimed at future educators or novice in any field of
knowledge, who wish to prepare for the practice of teaching. The objectives of the
international charter of higher education, is to certify and accredit professionals, with
the requisite knowledge in teaching practice as educators, as referenced in the
Education Charter International. The course is designed to meet the requirements of
Universities, Educational Institutes, NGOs and Government Development Projects.

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                        International Conventions

The International Council of CCLP Worldwide has signed the treaty of academic,
cultural and technical co-operation with one of the largest consortium of Universities
in Spain and Europe having presence in Latin America "University Consortium
Under the treaty of co-operation it has been agreed to
That this Agreement has been promoted by both institutions on the basis that:
a. - Both institutions are united by shared objectives in the scientific and cultural
development worldwide.
b. - The two institutions, in fact, promote the exchange of information, scientific and
cultural cooperation to improve to a better global character education, and share
common objectives in promoting coordination, scientific, education, higher education
advice university.
c. - Both institutions have legal personality, allowing them to enter into agreements of
this nature for the better achievement of the objectives assigned to them.
d. - Both institutions are interested in encouraging international cooperation based on
equality and mutual assistance.
e).- The agreement allows CUE to use the word "technical and academic co-operation
with the International Organization-CCLP worldwide" and allows global Civil Society
–CCLP Worldwide for use 'in the technical and academic cooperation with CUE
"with the permission of using the corresponding logo in an appropriate place but not
limited to website, desktop or publication.
f) The CCLP Worldwide adheres to the Charter of the CUE and CUE supports the
Education Charter International.

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International Conventions Secondments - Maintains assignment, delegation and
representing the following institutions:
• UOA Orthodox University of the Americas (USA).
• USA Apostles College and Seminary of the Americas (USA).
• Middle East American AMU University (USA).
• PUA Peoples University of the Americas (USA).
• University UEP of the European Peoples (USA).
• Virtual VAU American International University (USA).
• OUS of Advanced Sciences, Open University (EU)
• Free School FAP parascientists Studies (USA).
• USE University of High Studies for Excellence (USA).
• S.L.I.B.C. Sri Lanka Investing Business Consulting.
• BAS Bulgarian Academy of Science (U.S.)
• Universidad La Gran Colombia (State University)
• National University of Piura UNP (State University)
• PUA Peoples University of the Americas (USA)
• International CEAS.
• Cambridge University virtual Malta International Framework Convention

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• Spanish Association of Holistic Medicine (U.S.).
• International Association of Development of Vanguard Sciences (U.S.).
• Diplomatic Correspondent Peace and Health Naturopaths Without Borders (EU).
• Delle Medicine Mondiale Organizzazione OMMN naturalization (EU).
• Für Europäische Aktion Therapiefreiheit, Rect. Auf Gesundheid. (EU).
• CUE Euro-American University Consortium. (EU)
• General Practitioners Register of the European Union. (EU)
• Organization of Natural Medecine Word Practitioners. (USA)
• Apostolic Educational Foundation of the Americas. (USA)
• Orthodox University Foundation
• Apostolic Movement of the Americas. (USA)
• Orthodox Church in the Caribbean. (USA)
• Euro-American Martial Arts Association (EU)
• ADIPACUL Diplomatic Academy of Peace, Health and Culture. (EU)
• ESGEM School of Management. (EU)
• AECED European Association of Distance Education Centres (EU)
• ACEL Adult Training Board and Experimental (USA)
S.L.I.B.C. Sri Lanka Investing Business Consulting
Bulgarian Academy of Science USA
Universidad La Gran Colombia
Universidad Nacional de Piura
Peoples University of the Americas

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                             Diversity Statement

The Academic Council of CCLP Worldwide does not discriminate on any basis.
Academic Council is committed to academic freedom, equality of opportunity, and
human dignity. Any decision to be taken by Academic Council in regard to students,
faculty and staff shall be based on individual merit and be free from discrimination.
Academic Council will not engage in discrimination or harassment against any
person because of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital
status, disability, sexual orientation including gender identity, unfavorable discharge
from the military or status as a protected veteran and will comply with all federal and
state non-discrimination, equal opportunity and affirmative action laws, orders and
regulations. This non-discrimination policy applies to admissions, employment,
access to and treatment in the Academic Council programs and activities.

Academic Council reserves the right at any time, without prior notice, to make
changes to its policies, courses, their content, the schedule, programs offered
(including the modification or possible elimination of programs), academic
requirements, academic policies, rules pertaining to student conduct and discipline,
fields or areas of concentration, and other rules and regulations.

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                                  Code of Ethics

1. Student’s conduct should be honest collaborative and respectful at all the time
2. Various illegal activities including but not limited to illegal activity, theft,
disrespect, interfering with university activities, and dishonesty.
3. Harassment, threatening behavior, or deliberate embarrassment of others will not
be permitted.
4. It is not permitted for students to post, transmit or distribute content that violates
copyright or other protected intellectual property rights. Theft, abuse or unauthorized
use of any University asset or resource is not permitted.
5. Students must ensure they do not interfere with, obstruct, or disrupt university
courses, functions, and activities.
6. Students must not intentionally provide false information, forged, altered, or
falsified documents.
7. Any conduct that interferes with the quality of the educational experience is not
allowed and may result in disciplinary action. This may include, but is not limited to,
course failure, probation, suspension, or dismissal. The student concerned may also
face further academic consequences.

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                                 Academic Code
At CCLP Academia, we expect students to work hard and with academic integrity.
All assignments, exams or other course work submitted should be their own work,
unless specifically authorized. Collaboration is a key element to a positive Academic
Council learning experience. However, it is critical that students acknowledge any
collaboration, and its extent, in all submitted course work. Information and opinions
drawn from any source (including the World Wide Web), should be properly
attributed to the relevant source and all students should learn and use the appropriate
forms of citation and reference. In addition, a student may not submit the same or
similar work for credit in more than one course. Any cheating is unacceptable.
Examples of cheating include, but are not limited to:
1. Having someone, other than the named student, sit an examination instead of the
named student
2. Unacknowledged and/or unauthorized collaboration in submitted course work
3. Handing in a paper that was the result of someone else’s efforts but passed off as
the submitter’s own work
4. Engaging in plagiarism, which is the unacknowledged use of another person's
work. Examples of Plagiarism
5. The University takes cases of plagiarism very seriously. Students who
deliberately plagiarize threaten the values and beliefs that underpin academic work
and devalue the University’s integrity. The University retains the right to impose
disciplinary measures in proven cases of cheating and plagiarism and other forms of
academic dishonesty.

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                              Program of studies
Module 1: Introduction to International Charter of Education and Annexes.
1. Summary of the World Declaration on Higher Education
2. The Education Charter
3. Chartered International Education
4. World Comference on Higher Education
5. Various Declarations and annexure

Module 2: Higher Education for the 21st Century
1. World Declaration on Higher Education in the 21st Century
2. Right Education for the 21st Century
3. Process of Globalization and its Impact on Education
4. Diagonal Effect in Higher Education Future
5. Reflections on Education and Quality Improvement

Module 3: Introduction to Teaching-Learning process
1. Psycho-pedagogical bases of learning
2. Procedural content and learning strategies
3. The activity of study (Diagnosis and planning)
4. Technological contributions to teaching and learning

Module 4: Science teaching and curriculum theory
1. Science and Teaching
2. The Curriculum theory
3. Curriculum models
4. The curriculum in higher education.

Module 5: Components of curriculum (design and development)
1. The development of curriculum
2. The student and tutorial.
3. The objectives of curriculum and content development
4. The teaching activity using media and other resources

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Module 6: Developing curricular (Materials Research and Educators)
1. Materials for curricular development.
2. Development of training materials
3. Educational research in colleges and universities
4. The professional development of teachers

Module 7: Assessment in Higher Education
1. The assessment in higher education
2. The curriculum evaluation.
3. Techniques and tools for collecting information for assessment
4. Evaluation in Higher Education and Reporting.

Module 8: Research (Ways and Means)
1. The research process
2. Research methods
3. Instruments for gathering information
4. Data Analysis (statistical and computer resources)

Module 9: Quality in Education
1. What is Quality in Education?
2. Gestió System Manual and Quality

Module 10 Environmental Education
Study Units
1. Environmental Education
2. Environmental Education and Quality of Life
3. Environmental Education and Ecology
4. Environmental Management System
5. Environmental Audit PFM (Final Draft Master)

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               Academic Medium of Instruction and Support
English and Spanish are the two medium of instruction

All Academic Council’s programs and courses are conducted in English or Spanish.
It is therefore vital that students have the necessary level of English or Spanish to
successfully complete the program.

Academic Support
Studying is not easy wherever or however you study – be it on campus or online –and
it is essential that adequate student support is provided to ensure a successful learning
experience. To provide a platform for this success, Academic Council has, built an
academic community capable of providing students with the support they require
throughout their chosen program.

The Academic Community
Students at Academic Council enjoy the support of a community of dedicated
educators, who are responsible for the selection and development of learning
materials. Our community of educators is comprised of active and retired professors,
masters-level students and other professionals, who will participate in and oversee
the assessment process. Additionally, guest lecturers will enrich the program by
providing an avenue for students to experience, firsthand, the cutting edge of
academic research and professional expertise.

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                               Academic Policies
Course Registration
Students are required to register for the courses online for their chosen courses.
The course may be started anyday of the year except the holidays.

Dropping and Withdrawing from Courses
Each Academic Council program is made up of a number of different Modules, both
core and elective. Students are responsible for managing their time at the program
and how this fits in with the rest of their non-educational commitments. However,
there is some flexibility to enable students to manage their workload. There may be
circumstances and occasions when it is necessary for a student to change their
educational activities by dropping a course or withdrawing from a course. Should a
student need to do that, they should understand the process and implications that are
outlined in this section.

Dropping a Course
Students may feel the need to drop a course for several reasons, such as if they have
taken on too great a workload at any given time. A course drop applies to one course
at a time and does not assume withdrawal from the Academic Council. A course drop
should not be confused with a leave of absence, which refers to a student temporarily
ceasing attendance at the Academic Council, and all associated courses, for a
specific, agreed period of time. The student's official transcript does not reflect a
course drop.

Withdrawal from a Course
Course withdrawal refers to students formally removing themselves from a course
roster within the first 2 weeks of the course session. A course withdrawal relates to
only one course at a time and does not assume withdrawal from the Academic
Council. A course withdrawal differs from a course drop - it is reflected on the
student's official transcript and is included in attempted credits when satisfactory
academic progress is monitored.

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Late Withdrawal from a Course
The instructor has a mechanism to assist students to remedy situations, where
personal or other circumstances mean they are irretrievably behind in a course. In
exceptional circumstances only, students may request to withdraw from a course after
the first 2 weeks provided the request is made by the last day of classes in the
relevant term. This request should be directed to their course instructor. The course
instructor has the authority to approve such requests if the circumstances warrant
approval of an exception to the normal withdrawal deadlines. Withdrawals approved
under this procedure will be noted on the academic record by the course status LWD
(Late Withdrawal). This course status will have no effect on the GPA or other
elements of the academic record.

Repeating a Course
Occasionally, a student may need or want to repeat a course which they have already
been graded for, for instance to improve the grade or to improve their understanding
of the course subject matter.

Grading Policy
Criteria for Awarding Grades
The Academic Council awards letter grades in recognition of academic performance
in each course. Grades are based upon the course instructor’s academic judgment that
the student has demonstrated a specified level of performance based on objective and
subjective evaluations. Students are graded according to their individual performance
in the course and not on a curve.
Criteria for awarding grades for achievement may include, but are not limited to:
         1. Preparation of assignments, including accuracy and legibility
         2. Contribution to discussions
         3. Performance on final exam
         4. Maintenance of the Learning Journal

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The Grading System
Grades A, B, C and D are passing grades. Each letter earns a "grade point" which
goes towards calculating the student's average performance. Each grade is again
graded by 1 and 2 to find the accuracy of the student’s performance.
        A = (Excellent) A1–10 A2-09
        B = (Good) B1-08 B2-07
        C = (fair) C1-06 C2-05
        D = (average) D1-04 D2-03

          P= Pass
          F= Fail
          W= Withdrawn stated deadline; the student will have been deemed to have
          failed the course and graded accordingly.

Academic Performance
Satisfactory Academic Progress
One of the goals of Academic Council and the support mechanisms it has put in
place is to ensure that there is ongoing monitoring of academic progress. Students
will need to maintain satisfactory academic progress toward completion of their
overall program and should meet the following criteria to ensure satisfactory progress
is being maintained:
All students must maintain at least a "C" average (or 2.0 GPA) to meet passing
At any point, all students must complete at least 67% of the total number of the credit
hours attempted with a minimum passing grade.
All students must complete their program within the maximum allowed time, as
described below.
Academic Probation
Students with less than a 2.0 grade average in any term may be subject to academic
probation for a period of one term. At the end of the probationary period, if the
academic record is not in compliance with the standards of satisfactory progress, the
student may be suspended for a minimum of term.

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What is academic Council of CCLP Worldwide?
The Academic Council is the educational initiative of Global Civil society to
promote higher Education. The management of academic Council has been kept
independent and free from International Council of CCLP Worldwide.

Does it award any degree or Doctorates?
NO the academic Institution awards only post graduate diploma in Chartered
Educators Course which lead to professional fellowship of Academic Council of
CCLP Worldwide. The post graduate course is equivalent to Masters Degree.

What privileges the Fellow of Academic Council enjoy?
Once awarded the fellow of Academic Council of CCLP Worldwide the person
become the part of esteemed academic community of Research and policy Group
promoted by CCLP Worldwide and the fellow is privileged to use the suffix ―
Fellow Chartered Educators‖ in full and ―F.C.E.‖ in short after his or her name.

Does this fellowship have any recognition or acceptance?
All the Fellowship certificates are issued under international conventions signed with
Consortium Universities Euroamercian, an association of State and private
Universities worldwide. The professional Fellowship certification is set to be accepted
in the Consortium Universities Euroamercian for further studies.

Does Academic Council issue any recommendation to employers?
Yes all successful students may choose to get recommended from Academic Council
addressed to their Employer to confirm their area of knowledge.

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What is the Mode of Study and duration of teaching?
The adopted mode of study for the Academic Council and its accredited institutions is
by distance learning and the fellowship will be awarded as soon as all academic,
administrative and financial requirements have been met. Students study at home and
assignments do not normally need to be proctored. All assessment is continuous and,
for most courses, final examinations are not required. The duration for Chartered
Educators Program is 1800 hours or 72 credits and may be completed in one and half
years of studies

Does the Academic Council provide Courses at local study centers?
The Academic Council does not have any classroom-based courses in the USA,
Europe or Asia. Various colleges and institutes of higher education affiliated to the
Academic Council may offer programs involving classroom or other local study in
other countries.

How is the course designed for students?
The study path for the courses of the Academic Council is divided into a number of
course modules. One text book will be prescribed for each module and the students
will be provided with e-document of text books designed authored and published
by CCLP Worldwide along with physical Book. The students have to buy the
reference book from the bookstore, though further reading is recommended and
reading lists are indicated. The student will read the textbook, in conjunction with
other suggested reading and sources, and carry out written assignments based on the
text. A typical set of course instructions and questions is given in the prospectus.

How to Find Details of Course Units?
These may be found at our website.

Will proper Certificates and Transcripts be issued to Students?
The Diploma and Fellowship parchments for the students’ awards will be issued with
the highest standards of production and quality of materials, and are tastefully
worded and designed, bearing the official seal of the Academic Council.
The students may apply for duplicate certificate on payment of a nominal fee.
Duplicate transcripts are also available on request.

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What are the Rights Reserved, Jurisdiction and Trading Terms?
All contracts with the Academic Council will be subject to the law of state of West
Bengal, Kolkata (India) or place of administration office.
This prospectus or web-based material and any supplementary catalogues or course
unit lists are for information only and do not constitute a contract. The publishers of
this information reserve the right to, at any time, unilaterally make changes to
catalogues, prospectuses, brochure information, courses, modules, programs,
regulations, contracts of employment, tuition, fees, existing agreements and any other
operational procedures solely at its discretion and without any prior notice.

Could you please tell me about the grading system of the Academic Council?
The Academic Council modules based courses are graded according to the standard
international system. This system is as follows:
Grades A, B, C and D are passing grades. Each letter earns a "grade point" which
goes towards calculating the student's average performance. Each grade is again
graded by 1 and 2 to find the accuracy of the student’s performance.
         A = (Excellent) A1–10 A2-09
         B = (Good) B1-08 B2-07
         C = (fair) C1-06 C2-05
         D = (average) D1-04 D2-03

          P= Pass
          F= Fail
          W= Withdrawn

Do you follow Anti-discrimination and Non-denominational Policies?
The Academic Council invites all suitably qualified students without consideration of
race, color, religion, sex, or nationality. The fellowship awarded by The Academic
Council is earned equivalent to academic degrees.

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How do students get the Availability of Textbooks and Reading Material?
The Academic Council provides the students with one text book for each module
either as e-document or physical book.

What is the support of the Course coordinator?
Each student will be assigned a Course coordinator, who will often, though not
necessarily, be the course director of the specific course. The role of the Course
coordinator is to formulate a specific program of study in agreement with the
student's aims, to suggest additional or substitute learning materials or resources
where necessary, to mark or assist in marking coursework, and to generally provide
academic guidance. Where necessary the academic mentor will consult with the
Academic Dean of The Academic Council or other senior faculty members. Students
may communicate with their academic advisor by whatever preferred method of
communication is agreed: normally by e-mail or mail.

Are the English and Spanish Languages the only medium of instruction?
English and Spanish are the language of The Academic Council, and distance
learning students may use either British or American spelling conventions. All
students must be competent in written English/ Spanish unless they are studying via
an affiliated institution which conducts its teaching in a foreign language.

What is the code of ethics for students?
Students are expected to remain in good standing: that is, to submit work in a timely
fashion, to advise their tutor and/or administrative contact promptly of any likely
prolonged absences from study, to submit work of an acceptable standard, to pay
tuition and other fees on time, and to act responsibly in all communications.
Gross or repeated breaches of good standing (including issuing uncovered checks)
may constitute grounds for dismissal from the study program.

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                                Students Affairs
Student Records
Student Records provides a service to students throughout the duration of a student’s
time at The Academic Council and works diligently to maintain and preserve the
integrity of a student’s record.
Privacy Statement
The Academic Council maintains student records and is responsible for their
maintenance and release. This information includes, but is not limited to, social
security numbers (whenever applicable), personal and financial information,
academic transcripts, academic records at The Academic Council, e-mails, etc.
Official Transcripts
A transcript is a permanent academic record of a student at The Academic Council. It
reflects all coursework and grades per term. Upon request, The Academic Council
provides official written certification of current enrollment, dates of attendance, or
certification awarded.
Official transcripts are not free of charge, and payment may have to be made at the
time of order.
Student Support Resources
Student Services is dedicated to providing students with support in all areas of The
Academic Council student life.
You can access Student Services via e-mail at
Please be sure to include the following information into the e-mail:
    1. Your student ID number on the subject line of the e-mail.
    2. A brief description of your request /inquiry

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Access to Learning Resources
The Academic Council recognizes the need to provide limited access to the course
forum and to other learning resources to persons other than students, alumni, faculty,
and staff.
Course Forum Access
For regulatory, accreditation, and other administrative purposes, the Course Forum
may be accessed and observed by persons other than students, faculty, and staff.
Access to the course forum will be authorized only after the review of such a request
and the determination that access is necessary and appropriate, does not infringe on
the activities of students and faculty, and does not threaten the academic integrity of
the course forum. Although the course forum is not open to public access, it is neither
a private nor confidential domain; neither students nor faculty should assume privacy
within the course forum.
Contact Information for Students
Students are responsible for keeping their contact information accurate and current.
Students contact information is the information they submitted upon application
process. Student information may be updated at any time. Students wishing to update
any of their contact information should contact and
1. Student full name (First and last name)
2. Student ID
3. Details to be updated and the reason for asking to update them. Students should
include supporting official documentation when relevant.
The primary form of official communication from The Academic Council is through
e-mail. Students are required to maintain active e-mail addresses and inform of any
change of addressed according to the described above. To ensure receipt of important
communications, students should make sure that spam filters are set to receive e-
mail from The Academic Council

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                       Computing and networking

Browser Requirements
In order to study online with The Academic Council you will need access to a
computer with an Internet connection as well as the ability to save documents and
files. You need a web browser to access we recommend
an up-to-date, popular browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox
or Google Chrome as your standard web browser. Currently, the site is fully
compatible with above explorer
Student Login Username and Password
Each student is assigned a designated username and password or code to log into
students section of the site - online platform and courses.
Students are responsible for all work/submissions submitted under their username
and should ensure they keep their log-in details safe.
Technical Support
Technical Support is available through email at
Please include the following information into the e-mail along with your Unique ID
number (user name) so we can troubleshoot your issue:

Application for Enrollment may be filled on line through our academic site at

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                                    Contact Us
Office of Dean and Rector
The Academic Council of CCLP Worldwide
C/O CCLP Worldwide-Spain
C/ Mountain range of Albarracin, 17 4ºA Alcorcon-Madrid Zip 28923 Spain

Admission and Administrative Office
International Secretariat
CCLP Worldwide
5th Floor
17 Tara Chand dutt Street Kolkata 700073, India

Physical Training Centre Office
CCLP Worldwide - Nigeria Concepts College London Center 2nd Floor, AP Plaza,
Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, Wuse 2, Abuja, FCT

To meet the Dean or Admission officer the students or applicants need prior
appointment by sending email request to respective office

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