Authorizations

 

Legal Corporation

Calwest University was founded in 2014, and is sponsored by the Institute of Certified Management Accountants, a bona fide professional organization. 

Calwest University’s corporation number is C3717770

The California Business Search provides free online access to certain corporation, limited liability company, and limited partnership information, including the entity formation, registration, or conversion date, status, address, and name and address of the agent for service of process (https://businesssearch.sos.ca.gov/).

 

Exemption Statement

Calwest University, as an institution sponsored by a bona fide professional organization that offers educational programs solely for that organization's membership, has met the qualifications for exemption from regulation under the Act, pursuant to California Education Code (CEC) section 94874 (b).

Calwest’s MBA and DBA programs have received Verification of Exemption status by the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE.) under the Department of Consumer Affairs. The BPPE ensures that private institutions of postsecondary education are conducted lawfully.

For more information about verification to operate a private post-secondary institution in California, see the BPPE. website (https://www.bppe.ca.gov/).

Calwest University does not participate in any financial aid programs in the USA. If you are hoping to apply for certain Federal jobs and Federal loans to undertake further studies in the USA, then a Calwest university degree program is not for you.

 

 

International Approval

Calwest University is an approved organization of the Australian Education Credentials Standards Agency (AECSA) [www.unidegree.com] which is a non-profit organization set up to investigate and categorize the educational standards of universities and professional organizations around the world. Over the years it has investigated over 1,000 universities and professional bodies internationally, and lists all who meet its high certification standards as “approved” organizations.