Don’t Fall for a Diploma Mill: Read the Signs
1. It is not accredited. It must say “accredited”; “licensed”, “approved” or “verifiable” are not good enough. And, they must be accredited by a recognised authority, like the Department of Education.
2. It has very low or no admission criteria. “Life experience” or “work experience” is not a valid criteria.
3. There is no bricks and mortar establishment: always place a call to a landline to verify the physical existence of the college before paying any money.