The Western Orthodox University wishes it to be publicly known that it has no relationship whatsoever with an online institution called “Yahweh Hills University”. This entity claims to be incorporated in South Africa but according to our investigation is not authorized as a university by the South African government and appears to be operating in violation of the Higher Education Act 1997.
A report has been received that this entity has offered honorary degrees of the Western Orthodox University to members of the public for a fee. This activity is entirely unauthorized and the Western Orthodox University disclaims any responsibility for such bogus representations made without its knowledge or consent.
Degrees from this entity will not be accepted by the Western Orthodox University because there is no evidence available to us that this entity has the necessary legal powers to confer any academic award.
“The Western Orthodox University in the USA continues to train Togolese executives. In partnership with the Regional Institute for Training and Professional Support Consortium Saint John Revelation (IREFAP), the University graduated on Saturday 09 October 2021 in Lomé, with a doctorate, two of its students. The combined award ceremony was chaired by Prof Klousse K. John, Representative of the Institution in Africa.”
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The Western Orthodox University has entered into a new reciprocal Treaty of Collaboration, Partnership and Recognition with the Collegium Heraldicum Concordiæ in Poland. The CHC was founded in 2009 to promote traditional and conservative values within society and is led by Dr Norbert Wójtowicz, who is a Fellow of the University.
The Accademia Universitaria Internazionale was established in Italy in 1939 by the late Prince Hugo-José Tomassini Paternò, Head of the Tomasi-Leopardi (justinian-Heraclian) Imperial House. It was registered with the Ministry of Public Instruction and established partnerships with other educational institutions internationally. Today under Prince Ezra, the current Head of the Imperial House, the Accademia has established reciprocal relationships of partnership, accreditation and recognition with a number of our institutions and divisions.
A Convocation of the Western Orthodox University took place on 8 December 2017 in Ghana, organized in association with the Kingson Management and Health Institute. This event saw the presentation of earned and honorary degrees and several Fellowships of the University. The guests heard a recorded address by the Chancellor and Professor Aina Joseph Olusola Sunday was in charge of the ceremony.
The J.S.M. Ward Society, a constituent society of the Apostolic Episcopal Church and a research centre of the University, has provided the cover feature of the June edition of The Square, the independent quarterly magazine for Freemasons. In his article, Warren D. Pilkington gives an introduction to the nature and aims of the Society and discusses both Ward’s life and his considerable involvement in Freemasonry.
The editor of The Square is Dr Mike Kearsley, who is a Professorial Fellow of the University.
Journal “Socrates” is an international multi-lingual multi-disciplinary refereed and indexed scholarly journal produced as part of the Harvard Dataverse Network.
Inspired by Unesco`s proclamation of last year as a year of Aristotle we provide an opportunity for scholars around the world to write about the hottest topics in the area of ancient Greek philosophy. This call is open to all those engaged in social sciences and humanities or are active in various scientific organizations.
All terms and conditions you can find on our official site, as well as the Research Paper Format/template acceptable for our Journal.
Deadline for submissions of papers is June 23.
The language is English.
Topics must include the most important aspects of ancient Greek philosophy, but a specific area that will process by the author is miscellaneous.
After peer review of our Editorial Team the best papers will be included in the upcoming Issue.
Editor of the Issue “Ancient Greek Philosophy” is Olivera Z. Mijuskovic.
On Friday 22nd January, a Ceremony was held at the International Music Examination Board Headquarters in Sydney, Australia. Dr Darrell Hines and Dr Tim Smith were presented with the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy by Dr William Clark who was representing the Chancellor. A light luncheon followed the Ceremony.
On 4 December, a ceremony of presentation was held at the Australian Performing Arts Grammar School in Sydney, Australia. Professor Kyunghee Lee received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy of the University from Dr William Clark, who was representing the Chancellor.
Dr Lee, who is originally from Korea, has given twenty five years service to Music Education at studio, Secondary and Tertiary levels. Having earned a first class Honours degree in Creative Arts at the University of Wollongong she pursued postgraduate studies leading to a Master of Music degree from Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, as well as at the American Conservatorium, USA. She has performed internationally as a concert pianist and often served on juries of international piano competitions and given masterclasses. She was President of the Australian International Conservatorium of Music before moving to her current position of President of the Australian Performing Arts Grammar School. She is also President of the Liszt Society of Australasia.
Following the Ceremony, invited guests enjoyed a celebration afternoon tea.