How We Assess Your Work Experience

Although skills may be gained through formal residential education in colleges and universities, many real life skills are gained in work settings. The work experience can include managing, supervising, but also typing or filing. Other skills can be related to the use of computer (programs) in which many hours have been spent on working with these office machines. Experience in the field of production, services, finances, accounting, supply-chain management, scientific research, teaching, writing and publishing, and many other experiences can all be translated in a life experience degree.