Our Institution Comprises A University, An Accreditation And Model United Nations
UAPCU is dedicated to delivering effective, efficient, respectful public service with integrity, accountability and transparency, providing quality standards for higher education and upbeat service for all ..
Tag Line :
"Quality is everyone's responsibility."
To make UAPCU as a place of choice for quality standards to lifelong learning, internationally .
We are responsible, accountable, respectful, effective, efficient public stewards
We promote honesty, integrity, and openness in all we do.
We encourage innovation to meet challenges as we foster an environment of collaboration.
Education and research are explicitly recognised in a number of the SDGs and Higher education have a direct role in addressing these ; The contribution to the SDGs is much broader, and we as well can support in overall implementation with the framework itself.
-- SDGs 4 implementation, Education
-- Education Innovation
-- Effective Professional Learning Community for students in higher education
Our Goals remain firmly and some of these main areas of contribution are:
• Learning and teaching
• Organisational governance, culture and operations of the higher education
• External leadership
UAPCU was registered by UNION OF INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS (UIA) Org ID AA1186 , Type G .Type G : Internationally-oriented national organizations: Includes bilateral bodies, organizations with membership or management structure limited to a single country yet name or activities indicate an international character, and national bodies with formal links (member, funder, partner) with a body of the UN system or other international organization
In 1949, representatives of the UIA, the United Nations, and the Interim Committee of Non-Governmental Organizations met and decided not to attempt to rebuild the UIA as a federation of international associations, but to retain its title and its program as a center for documentation, study, service, and the promotion of closer relations between international associations. 1950 Resolution 334 B (XI) of the UN Economic and Social Council was adopted which established cooperation between the United Nations and the UIA.
UAPCU is committed to honesty, accountability and transparency in all our endeavours. We are there to advocate for Sustainable Development Goals SDGs, Humanitarian actions, as well as provide a worthwhile quality service for everyone. We are a highly respected educational institution that recognizes the worth of all individuals through certifications and awards, providing opportunities to attain excellent education through vocational and professional skills training, full participation in culture, universal access to research and education – as to drive a new long and distinct period of development, growth and productivity of every individual in the community and the world at large.
UAPCU Accreditation is an internationally renowned quality standard for schools, colleges, universities, training organisations and online and distance education providers. UAPCU has been formed to bring independent information to both the student population and the wider higher education world, through its international accreditation service with well-defined and objective benchmarking. Accreditation through UAPCU will help students and parents make a more informed choice and will also help schools, colleges, universities, training organizations and online and distance education provider, demonstrate to the international student body that they are a high-quality institution. Our accreditation allows students to gain a realistic and honest picture of what an institution is really like in terms of quality, resources, student support and ethics.
The UAPCU Model United Nations Conference was held online to reach out to the whole world, due to this situation happening COVID 19. Themes on Global Management to participate in the Sustainable Development Goals specifically in the world of education.
UAPCU MUN as part of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is challenging Model United Nations delegates worldwide to debate the major issues related to forced displacement. The best resolutions will win awards and be shared with policymakers.
UAPCU as an Institutional Signatory, was committed already in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals. The results of this progress report on SDG integration in the higher and further education sector are incredibly encouraging. There has been a big increase year-on-year in tangible contribution to the SDGs in each university and college that has reported. These contributions are forward-thinking, engaging and innovative and we are excited to see them develop, as we too participate in, from our own capacity. But there is still much to do.
Education and research are explicitly recognised in a number of the SDGs and Higher education have a direct role in addressing these ; The contribution to the SDGs is much broader, and we as well can support in overall implementation with the framework itself. Our Goals remain firmly and some of these main areas of contribution are:
• Learning and teaching : Providing students with the knowledge, skills and motivation to understand and address the SDGs (broadly ‘education for sustainable development. providing in-depth academic or vocational expertise to implement SDG solutions; providing accessible, affordable and inclusive education to all; providing capacity building for students and professionals from developing countries; and empowering and mobilising young people.
• Research :
Providing the necessary knowledge, evidence-base, solutions, technologies,
pathways and innovations to underpin and support the implementation of the SDGs by the global community – through both traditional disciplinary approaches and newer interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary and sustainability science approaches; providing capacity building for developing countries in undertaking and using research; collaborating with and supporting innovative companies to implement SDG solutions; improving diversity in research; and student training for sustainable development research.
• Organisational governance, culture and operations of the higher education :
Implementing the principles of the SDGs through governance structures and operational policies and decisions, such as those relating to employment, finance, campus services, support services, facilities, procurement, human resources, and student administration.
• External leadership : Strengthening public engagement and participation in addressing the SDGs; initiating and facilitating cross-sectoral dialogue and action; ensuring higher education sector representation in national and international implementation; helping to design SDG based policies; and demonstrating sector commitment to the SDGs.