The World Certification Institute (WCI) is pleased to announce that Madison International Research Learning Institute have been granted accredited as a Certified Professional Center by WCI.
(PressReleasePoint) - Madison International Research Learning Institute has been accredited as a Certified Professional Center by World Certification Institute (WCI). All graduates of the research learning institute with qualifications of professional diploma and higher will now be recognised for certified status by World Certification Institute (WCI), when applying for certification.
For over ten years, the research learning institute has built up a strong reputation for reliability in the development of French and English post-graduate educational. Building on its multidisciplinary teaching model based on distance learning, the Institute provides technical tools for quick and easy access from any web universe and where the student is in the world.According to Dr Hamard Bruno, Chairman of Madison's Board, their courses are targetted primarily for managers, executives, managers and employees in the public or private sector as an additional course or the initial acquisition of a course within or after significant professional experience of several years.
Madison offers all its programs of Bachelor, Master, MBA and PhD in distance learning for personalized training "à la carte". Their teaching is in French language but their degrees are duly recognized for international validation through accreditation and membership organizations at high academic level.
World Certification Institute (WCI) is a global organization that was formed at the start of the new millennium and was first registered in the United States in 2003. Today, with its Secretariat operating in the United States, its professional activities are coordinated through Regional Centers and Authorized Centers in Europe, Oceania, Asia, America and Africa. The world body serves as a Leading Global Authority to recognize cross-national skills, competencies and professional practices that are indicative of occupational capability and derived from internationally accepted best practices.