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Welcome to the The Unifaculty Foundation's website. The Unifaculty Foundation is a private confederation of academics, professionals and other learned individuals who pursue research and design in various fields of study. The Confederation is supported by and includes organizations pursuing the quest for excellence in learning, tuition and research.

You can contact Unifaculty seven days a week by email at Postal enquiries can be made to Unifaculty BCM Unifaculty London WC1N 3XX Great Britain. The Unifaculty Foundation is an umbrella brand for several academic and professional institutes and research organizations. Some of these are listed below.

The Unifaculty Foundation was formed by a group of like minded people and others in the latter half of the twentieth century initially on an ad hoc basis as circumstances required.

Their discussions examined the decline of educational standards throughout the Western world and particularly within the Anglosphere at Primary, Secondary and Tertiary levels of education.

Their conclusions included that the decline could be reversed.

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In primary and Secondary education in the United Kingdom there are deep political impediments to improving education. The so-called dumbing down has continued apace with annual increases in awards to happy students many of whom cannot spell, punctuate or construct simple sentences using standard grammar.

In the 1950s not only were students required to do complex mental arithmetic calculations but by age 14 would be required at O level mathematics to do mental differential calculus. By the 1990s students were being offered A level examination in Mathematics using questions from 1950s O level papers.

In tertiary education the expansion of university provision and the politicisation of entry requirements has reduced the rankings of all but the very best.

In 2012 a British entrepreneur worth more than £100m has said that degrees are “worthless” and that many university courses available across the UK are “ridiculous”.

Self-made multimillionaire Simon Dolan left school at the age of 16 and went on to form a business empire which now turns over close to £100m a year, putting him 703rd on the Sunday Times Rich List.

Known for taking risky business ventures, Dolan became recognised as the world’s first “Twitter Dragon” after investing more than £5m of his own money on business pitches composed of no more than 140 characters.

Managing a staff of more than 200 people, he told Yahoo! Finance that “younger, brighter candidates are much more employable” than university graduates.

“No matter what the government say we know that the current system doesn’t work,” he said. “As an employer myself I know a degree is worthless, every other employer I speak to says the same in the main part. University is not the issue of whether you had a good time or not it is the whether you will be employable at the end of it.

“Graduates come out with a self-right to not have to flip burgers even if it is the only job they can get.

"Schools need to educate children to become fully rounded human beings and not make them just pass exams so they can get to university.

"I think a far larger part needs to be taken with how to be useful in an office or work environment."

Dolan’s autobiographical guide book ‘How to make millions without a degree’ has divided opinion but with more than 1.04m young people out of work and thousands more being priced out of university it touches on one of the burning issues of the day. Amid huge opposition to the increase of tuition fees this summer he said that the rise is a “really good idea” as it will overhaul “ridiculous” degrees on offer.

“Formerly university was the place for talented people to go to get higher education for later life,” Mr Dolan said. “It typically wasn’t the place where everyone went…everyone can’t be the most intelligent in society."

A Department for Business, Innovation and Skills spokesperson said: "A degree remains a good investment in the long term and is one of the best pathways to achieving a good job and rewarding career.

“Demand for more highly skilled employees continues to increase. Graduates like everybody else are facing tough times, but the evidence shows they fare better than non-graduates, and their prospects tend to pick up quicker during the recovery”.

The professional and academic organizations which form parts of the Unifaculty Foundation include ...

The College of Management Science, London provides distance learning courses online in management, sciences, therapist training, politics, philosophy, theology, paranormal investigation, parapsychology, ancient studies and the arts

The Institute of Therapies Management provides information, tuition and accreditation in therapy skills, for therapists, hypnotherapists, counsellors and niche therapists who offer specialist services

Institute of Forensic Parapsychology is involved in research into the methodology of Paranormal Investigation, Parapsychology, Electronic Voice Phenomenon, Hauntings, Remote Viewing, Altered States of Awareness, UFOs and related research

The Institute of Psychic Practitioners is a colloquium and accrediting body for those members engaged in Mediumship, Spirit work, Divination, Psychic Practice and related skills

The Institute of Advanced Safety Management provides training and accreditation in the field of Health & Safety Management

The Institute of Applied Quality Science provides training and accreditation if the field of Total Quality Management and designs Quality Management Systems for organizations

The School of Hypnotherapy provides training and support to distance learning students of hypnosis and hypnotherapy

The Faculty of Management Science maintains a web-site at

Look at a detailed course syllabus at

The College’s United Kingdom-only website is at

The Wicca Pentacle provides information on spiritual matters and practices in the field of Natural Theophany including support to associates. The web-site is at

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