International University and Academy
INTERNATIONAL NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION
DIANDRA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, founded in Varese, Italy in 1980 Deed 7-2-81 N°17942/3382, Inventory of Dr.Guido Zafferri, Notary in Varese- Registration in Varese 18-2-81, Public Deeds S:I:N°450 and to a resolution of the UNITED NATIONS and UNESCO toprovide humanity with the aim of promoting among all human beings the spirit of understanding, tolerance and peaceful co-existence, to stimulate co-operation amongst people and to help lessen obstacles and threats to world peace and progress, in keeping with the noble aspirations proclaimed in the Charter of the UNITED NATIONS and UNESCO.
The headquarters of the Diandra International University is located in Italy, a country with world recognition for its efforts to promote peace and democracy. In addition, the Diandra International University has established centers / institutes in other parts of the world and developed activities through a network of partner organizations.The Diandra International University offers a Doctoral of Philosophy in Social Services - Ph.D. (S.S) Mature adults, through life experiences and social services, have often accumulated a great deal of knowledge gained through life experiences.
We request that all of our Doctoral candidates send along a brief one page resume along with their application so that we can review their past accomplishments.
Registered Up/Pr/.B/88/Iv15 18 April 1988 In The United States O.N.U.
Registered N° 95 418 In S. Paul, Brazil In The Civil Register Das Passoas Juridical.Registered N° 1153478 In Spain in the Industrial Property for the Service of Education and Development.Affiliated With The Saint Albert Magnus World University Notified To The UNESCOAnd Subjected To The Magna Charta Of The O.N.U. Office Of The Secretary Of State Of California N° 5203, 20 May 1993. Decree N° 77 20/03/1988
Algeria, Angola, Argentina, Australia, Austria, United States of America, Belgium,
Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Cuba, France, India, Inghilterra, Italy, Jvgoslavia,
Malaysia, Nigeria, Romania, Spain, Sri Lanka, Senegal, Singapore, South Africa,
Switzerland, Thailand, Zimbabwe.
Reference: "Monaci" Guide - YearBook of the Scientific, Cultural and Technological (DOC) Corporation-1998/99,VII issue pag.44.