Rosario Freire de Jesus, Doctor of Political Marketing
EXPERIENCE AT AIU
There is a perception that the ‘Traditional Universities’ are the best universities simply because they were the first in the academic market. It is thus widely recognized that they have built a business, a syndicate, a segment of readers and a brand. Notwithstanding this, the downside lies in the duty of care: Preceptors tend to keep aloof from readers and, thereupon: communication, readers’ cognitive performance and the society per se fall apart.
I have thought for a long time that it is of paramount importance to reconcile, on the one hand, the ‘Academic Learning’, which leads to a formal qualification for a credential, with, on the other hand, a ‘Lifelong Learning’: the key to educate the humankind to morality. It is, therefore, heartwarming to know from my pragmatic experience at AIU, that everything there works in a professional manner.
Being a ‘Modern University’ based on a model called in ‘Academic Learning’, andragogy, designed for readers who have already learned how to learn, by means of virtual campus, preceptors, known as coaches are available to a one-to-one guidance, whereby readers create a vision to build a framework that suits their individual needs. As such, my Ph.D. thesis examined ‘The Political Structure and the Marketing for the Antropospherical Sectors of the Angolan Market’.
In this mix, I would add the outstanding empathy and quality service being offered by the finance and the student service of the ‘Atlantic International University’, as prima facie evidence of a sound democratic institution.
Central to the position I am holding, at AIU, readers’ motivation to learning on their own pace, using the time wisely and the specific skill creatively to contribute to the wellbeing of the global community, are common benefits to complete the academic program successfully able to create a well paid job.
I would urge mature students to apply to study one of the subjects offered by the AIU.