Before undertaking any program of studies in higher education or training, Young Scientist University, YSU strongly advises interested applicants to consult with their country licensing authorities, professional associations, colleges and universities, and prospective employers to determine with clarity if the study program will meet their professional requirements prior to the enrollment.
Young Scientist University Inc.
Young Scientist University, YSU of United States of America was legally incorporated Corporate Number: (100615573) under the laws of USA in the State of Delaware by a group of highly qualified academics and professionals worldwide to produce young specialists in all major fields relevant for the sustainable development of the global village in affiliation and rights given by Hebron Eco University, Foundation to act as faculty of Applied Sciences to Promote main focus on research based off campus mode and distance education specially designed keeping in mind for working professionals to study along with their job. Please note that Young Scientist University-YSU, hereafter called as YSU makes every effort to ensure the content is accurate before publishing, content maybe subject to change. All other company names, brand names, trademarks and logos mentioned on this website are the property of their respective owners and do not constitute or imply endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation thereof by YSU and do not constitute or imply endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation of YSU by the respective trademark owner. YSU cannot guarantee the provision of all courses in the event of circumstances beyond its control and reserves the right to make changes or cancel any course without notice, should this be necessary. All departments reserve the right to refuse students’ course choices. YSU is not for profit self-financed & academically independent certification body primarily offering research based program through off campus & distance learning, International students are advised to check & satisfy their country specific norms for recognition wherever required before applying.
Quality Assurance Monitoring through Private Regulatory
We are happy for the news of things happening around YSU. As we progress towards formal accreditation, we are taking time to evaluate each of our degree programs being offered. Currently, the evaluation process is about 80% complete. Every five years each of the course throughout the campus are evaluated to ensure they are up to date and current regarding the teaching methodologies as well as course content. It is a very intensive process and the team working on the evaluation use the information we receive from student feedback as part of the guiding principles for updates to the curriculum.
Since 2010, YSU has been dreaming big. From the very beginning of the YS it was a primary goal to ensure that the people who had any connection with our educational cooperative would feel comfortable and satisfied with their educational choices. YSU offers a variety of exciting and innovative educational options to meet the needs of almost anyone.
YSU strives to provide its academic partners reliable educational services during each and every interaction with whatever affiliated program they may be working with. By providing students a consistently superior experience—whether at sign-up, during the normal course of business or off campus research based learning, it is possible to achieve this.
Young Scientist University, YSU private quality assurance secondary accreditation assures the community that our programs are relevant and rigorous, our faculty is qualified & well prepared with the appropriate academic standards, and our students are supported by best adjunct faculties from across the globe with world class student assistance and staff support. At YSU we are continually reassessing the quality of our institution and programs—and continually improving them.
Our accreditation status:
- Allows access to Private and sometimes International financial aid & support for research based program based on eligibility criteria & country specific norms.
- Enables smooth transfer of credits from one institution to another, also accepts recognition of prior learning (RPL) as per university norms.
- Instills confidence in employers when they evaluate job credentials of potential employees as well as when deciding whether to provide tuition support for current employees seeking further education.
Many countries have their own accrediting bodies, and degree recognition differs from country to country. If you reside outside of United States please review your country of residence’s requirements to confirm recognition of your program.
Young Scientist University, YSU has been recently accredited by Confederation of International Accreditation Commission, CIAC, Global.
Following several years of working through the process to receive formal accreditation the Confederation of International Accreditation Commission – CIAC has approved our formal accreditation. CIAC is a private, non-governmental, self-regulated and fast growing accreditation/rating agency which is continuously working towards improvement of quality assurance standards around the globe. CIAC is a federally recognized non-profit organization started in affiliation with the CIHF. To date, the CIAC, located in India, has now expanded its reach all across the globe with offices in the USA, Canada and Other International Regions, and several countries have CIAC Chapters and representative offices.
CIAC has established high standards of excellence and quality assurance.
An accrediting organization acts as a watchman on the wall. Webster defines accreditation as to give trust or confidence to; to vouch for; to recommend; to furnish with credentials, as an envoy or ambassador. Every accreditation group is not the same. They are different and focused in different areas of accreditation.
CIAC is an international accrediting commission which holds as its primary objective the encouragement and maintenance of sound scholarship and the highest academic achievement in the areas of private education. Quality education is the goal at all times. Its purpose is the preparation of quality education in private schools, colleges, and theological seminaries. CIAC It is a non-governmental body and makes no claim to be connected with the government.
A degree covers the major taken with that degree. A student or potential student must understand that credits taken in one type of program may or may not transfer to another type program. This is the sole determination of the receiving institution.
The job market is highly competitive. Training is specialized in most fields. A graduate in one field may have difficulty in being hired in a field they are not certified for.
The potential student should inquire before enrollment for the type training they will receive & their subjected regional recognition in their country before application.
Important Note: YSU is not affiliated, contractually connected or aligned with any Provincial Office of Education located in United States. YSU is licensed, authorized to operate as faculty of applied Sciences through the Hebron Eco University, and operates as a private educational certificate body.
Many countries have their own National Accrediting bodies, and degree recognition differs from country to country. If you reside outside of the United States please review your country of residence’s requirements to confirm recognition of your Young Scientist University-YSU program.
Note: Young Scientist University-YSU, IS NOT ACCREDITED BY AN ACCREDITING AGENCY OR ASSOCIATION RECOGNIZED BY THE US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OR CHEA and is functioning as faculty of Applied Sciences Department affiliated with Hebron Eco University, Foundation which acts as autonomous not for profit Institution with main focus on research based off campus mode and distance education specially designed keeping in mind for working professionals to study along with their job. Please note that in the United States, many licensing authorities require degrees recognized by government agencies as the basis for eligibility for licensing. In some cases, institutions of higher education may not accept transfer courses and degrees completed at institutions without DOE/CHEA recognized accreditation. Likewise, some public and government employers may require degrees recognized by the DOE/CHEA as a basis for employment. Unlike most countries, in the United States there is no national procedure for licensing or accrediting of universities and colleges. Accreditation is voluntary and privately done by agencies independent of the U.S. Department of Education.
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