Category Archives: Education

Traditional Britain Group Conference 2018

What has gone wrong with our education system? These days more than ever there are profound concerns among the public as to what pupils and students are being taught, and as to the influence of particular political and other ideologies … Continue reading

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My education: Universidad Internacional, Panama

The Universidad Internacional, Panama (also known by its English name International University) was a government-accredited private university in Panama in existence between 2000 and 2012. The university was founded on 27 March 2000. It was accredited and authorized by an … Continue reading

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My education: Universidad San Juan de la Cruz, Costa Rica

The Universidad San Juan de la Cruz (University of St John of the Cross or USJDLC) is a fully accredited private university in Costa Rica. For some general remarks on Costa Rican private universities, their legal context and international comparability, … Continue reading

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My education: Universidad Empresarial de Costa Rica

The Universidad Empresarial de Costa Rica (Business University of Costa Rica) is a fully accredited private university in Costa Rica. For some general remarks on Costa Rican private universities, their legal context and international comparability, please see this article. The … Continue reading

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Private universities in Costa Rica – some observations on legal status and international comparability

According to a newspaper article published in 2012, “Costa Rica’s educational system is continually highlighted as one of the best in Latin America and it continues to produce quality graduates that are rapidly absorbed by private companies and state institutions.” … Continue reading

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Ceremonies in London and Oxford

During April 2011, ceremonies took place for visiting doctoral graduates of the joint EAU – Oxford Centre for Leadership (OXCELL) program in Oxford and London. The graduates from Malaysia and Indonesia enjoyed a full program of events culminating in evening … Continue reading

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Christianity and Esotericism

Christianity & Esotericism Markus van Alphen Introduction by John Kersey Articles on the subject of esoteric Christianity by Markus van Alphen, Founding Bishop of The Young Rite, with an introduction by me. “Bishop Markus van Alphen offers an accessible and … Continue reading

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My education: St Ephrem’s Institute of Eastern Church Studies

St Ephrem’s Institute of Eastern Church Studies was established in 1974 as the Scandinavian extension of the People’s University of the Americas. For much of its history, it was closely associated with the Scandinavian representation (Svea Synod) of the Apostolic … Continue reading

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My education: Adam Smith University of Liberia

Adam Smith University of Liberia was a fully accredited private university in Liberia, active from its chartering by Act of the Liberian Legislature on 31 October 1995 until the expiry of its accreditation in December 2007. Adam Smith University was … Continue reading

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Work in education: St Katharine’s Institute, Wyoming, USA

St Katharine’s Institute of Theology and Religious Studies was an independent, privately-owned Christian theological institute founded and incorporated in Wyoming, United States of America, and controlled by the Religious Society of St Katherine, a religious teaching congregation. St Katherine’s Institute … Continue reading

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