What is the relationship between Embassy Institute and Embassy University?
Embassy Institute is the powerful online media library of Embassy University, with hundreds of powerful messages that provide training to help you become successful as a Person, Provider, Persuader, Partner, and Parent. Learn more about Embassy University.
What is Embassy University?
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How do I enroll in Embassy University?
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How is Embassy unique from other colleges?
The distinguishing factor of Embassy University is that it is a "new" paradigm to education and different from most colleges in that you apply and teach what you have learned to others and report your results. Embassy University allows dual-enrollment and provides every student with practical valuable lessons while teaching how to be disciple makers. Embassy requires students to share what they have learned with others.
Please note that upon purchasing this course, you will receive a course PDF, with assignments. Required materials must be purchased separately.
What are the Prerequisites for Enrollment?
Students of any age (12 or older) can enroll, as the truths presented are applicable for people in all walks of life. High school graduation is not necessary, as students can be enrolled in Embassy University while working through high school. Additionally, college entrance exams are not required, due to the difference between the skills measured in these tests and the practical wisdom being taught through Embassy University.
Are Embassy University degrees accredited?
Embassy University offers non-accredited degrees. However, if you are interested in receiving an accredited degree please visit the Verity website at www.verityinstitute.org.
How many core courses are there in Embassy University?
101 core courses
How does each course translate into credit hours?
Each credit hour requires at least 45 documented hours worth of study, research, and application. (For example, a course worth ½ of one credit hour would require 22.5 hours.)
How many credit hours do I need to graduate?
127 total credit hours are needed in order to graduate with an Embassy Bachelor Degree
Does each course equal one credit hour?
Each course differs in the number of credit hours (.5-3 CR)
Is there a limit to how many courses I can take at once?
No. However, each student is recommended to enroll in no more then five courses at one time.
How is the coursework submitted?
All coursework is required to be submitted electronically through e-mail to email@example.com
Is there a time limit for completing courses?
There is no time limit for the completion of an individual course. Students are encouraged to maintain a pace that would allow them to make solid headway toward graduation. A student may need to renew their subscription with Embassy Institute in order to have continued access to the video materials.
Can I receive government financial aid or scholarships?
Since Embassy University is unaccredited, no forms of financial aid are accepted.
Is there a cancellation limit for courses?
Yes, there is a 14 day cancellation limit for Embassy University courses. No refunds will be given after 30 days of signing up for a course.
When crediting the courses it is required that a total of 127 course credit hours are completed in order to receive a Embassy University bachelors degree. Each credit hour requires 45 hours of study, research, and application. One credit hour costs $100/$90 for actively enrolled ATI students. To receive the ATI 10% discount call the Embassy Department offices (630) 323-9800 with your request, and please have your Acount # ready. (This price does not include required resource materials. There is also an online transaction fee per course.)
- There will be an $80 graduation fee once all coursework is completed
- There are no re-enrollment fees and no time limit to get your work done. (All that is required is an active subscription to Embassy Institute)
Are the required resources included in my course enrollment?
No. Resources you do not already own may be purchased separately through our IBLP web store at www.store.iblp.org.