The academic world in Victoria is in shock after its top universities drew the strongest dissatisfaction ratings from students in the federal government-commissioned 2020 Student Experience Survey.
In the survey, the University of Melbourne and Monash University “recorded the largest declines in students’ overall ratings of their education experience”, according to this Sydney Morning Herald report by Lisa Visentin.
Upon hearing this news, The MBA School Of MBA Credentials announced it would hold the world’s first Qualification Swap, so that affected students could have certificates that don't name offending institutions; thus helping to make their memories of study less depressing.
The Qualification Swap will be held at The Rubber Chicken in South Melbourne on Saturday, April 10, at 4pm, and all students need to do to participate is bring along any degree or qualification parchments so that Professor Sebastian Longsword can sight them, destroy them, and then replace them with an MBA Degree from his school.
Although University of Melbourne and Monash University were the institutions in the headlines, the Qualification Swap will be open to all students, past and present, from :
- The University of Melbourne
- Monash University
- RMIT University
- Deakin University
- La Trobe University
All qualifications are eligible, from a doctorate to an online short course.
Please note: To maintain standards, the Professor does need to sight certificates (the original document) before burning them in the venue’s fireplace to ensure no double dipping.
To qualify for our Qualification Swap, students are asked to email [email protected].
The MBA School Of MBA Credentials
Professor Sebastian Longsword