Business University of Costa Rica
verliehene Grade und Titel
Eric Harjono - Bachelor in Business Administration
Horace Oscar Porras - 1998 - Bachelor in Business Management
Agustin Trigo Vitureira - 2000 - Bachelor in Physical Education and Sport
David Romero Martin - 2001 - Bachelor in Computer Engineering
Miguel Angel Delgado - 2002 - Bachelor in Biology
Christian Patrick Smith Opitz - 2002 - Bachelor in Industrial Engineering
Rodrigo Royo Camblor - 2002 - Bachelor in Marketting
Ana María Marco Olmos – 2002 – Bachelor in Psychology
Jose Luis Flores Agell - 2002 - Bachelor in Industrial Engineering
Sigmar Peter Schuldt - 2003 - Bachelor in Business Administration
Alberto Casademunt Arques - 2003 - Bachelor in Laws
Jose Luis Cruz Fernandez - 2003 - Bachelor in Psychology
Angel Berro Torres - 2003 - Bachelor in Industrial Engineering
Uxo Cadenas Cabana -2004 - Bachelor in Business Administrations
Jose Luis Cruz Fernandez - 2004 - Bachelor in Collective Communication Sciences
Ernesto Renan Cambero Mena - 2005 - Bachelor in Industrial Engineering
Juan Fernando Yepes Lopez - 2005 - Bachelor in Business Administration
Jose Angel - 2005 - Bachelor in Technical Systems Engineering
Cesar Llamas Granado - 2005 - Bachelor in Industrial Engineering
UxoCadenas Cabana -2005 - Bachelor in Economics
Jose Arroyo - 2005 - Bachelor in Mathematics
Uwe Klapproth - 2005 - Bachelor in Political Sciences
Ana Maria Mur Marin - 2005 - Bachelor in Architecture
Jose Luis Cruz Fernandez - 2005 - Bachelor in Laws
Marcus Brall - 2005 - Bachelor (BBA) in Business Administrations
Daniel Encinas Tizon - 2006 - Bachelor in Industrial Enginnering
Luis Aaron Cortez Tapia - 2006 - Bachelor in Music
Ulrich Reitz - 2006 - Bachelor of Arts with emphasis in Economics
Johanna Köppen – 2007 – Bachelor in Business Administration
Jose Luis Cruz Fernandez - 2004 – Licensed in Collective Communication Sciences
Alberto Casademunt Arques – 2004 – Licensed in Laws
David Romero Martin – 2005 – Licensed in Computer Engineering
Ana María Mur Marin – 2006 – Licensed in Architecture
José Ángel Gómez Yécora – 2006 – Licensed Systems Engineering
Ernesto Renan Cambero Mena – 2006 - Licensed in Industrial Engineering
José Arroyo - 2006 - Licensed in Mathematics
José Luis Cruz Fernandez - 2006 - Licensed in Psychology
Mario Nuncio Ramoero - 2006 - Licensed in Psychology
Uxo Cadenas Cabana - 2006 - Licensed in Economics
Jose Luis Cruz Fernandez - 2006 - Licensed in Laws
Angel Berro Torres - 2005 - Licensed in Industrial Engineering
Miguel Angel Delgado - 2005 - Licensed in Biology
AgustoTrigo Vitureira - 2005 - Licensed in Physical Education and Sport
Cristian Patrick Smith Opitz - 2005 - Licensed in Industrial Engineering
Jose Luis Flores Agell - 2005 - Licensed in Industrial Engineering
Carlos Jose Esteria - 1997 - Licensed in Accounting
Ana María Marco Olmos – 2005 – Licensed in Psychology
Ko Yu Chow - MBA
Wong Pui Kwan, MBA
Lau Yan Tung, MA
Chan Sau Chung, MA
Terence McIvor, Master in Educational Technology
Jenaro Romero Pastor - 2004 - Master in Electronic Engineering
Hans-Jürgen Stepbach – 2004 – Master in Business Administration (with Emphasis in Finance)
Juan Manuel Peña Aguilar – 2005 - Master in Computer Engineering, with emphasis on networks
Daniel Esteban Odin - 2005 - Master of Business Administration (with emphasis in Education)
Ronald Erling - 2006 - Master in Cognitive Studies
Domenico Scarafilo - 2006 - Master in Civil Engineering
Jose Luis Flores Agell - 2006 - Master in Industrial Engineering
Uwe Klapproth - 2007 - Master Business Administration
Stefan Flacke – 2007 – Master in Psychology
Sonja Herzogenrath – 2007 – Master in Psychology
Chun Mei Yu - 2007 - Master of Business Administration
Zou Aimin - Doctor of Education
Ko Yu Chow - PhD in Business Administration
Dr Eva Czajkowski - Doctor of Science
Dr. Abdul Sultan Hassam - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology 
Ng Hon Shing - Doctor of Business Administration
Ng Sai Ki - (PhD)
Wong Sai Wing - (PhD)
Cheung Kam Tim, Joseph - 2002 - PhD in Business Administration
Tang Hung Sang, 2002 - PhD in Business Administration
Mok Yee Ling, 2002 - PhD in Business Administration
Terence McIvor - 2005 - PhD of Chemical Education
Lo Hing Kwan, Constantin - 2005 - PhD in Business Administration
Wong Kan Tat, Frederick - 2005 - PhD in Business Administration
Ho Kwok Kit - 2005 - PhD in Business Administration
NN – 2005 – Doctor of Philosophy (Name bekannt)
Dr. Georg Reiff - 2005 - Doctor in Philosophy
Eduardo Agusto Ruiz - 2005 - Doctorate in Philosophy
Dr. Nagar Lai - 2006 - Doctor of Philosophy
Ronald Erling - 2006 - Doctorate in Cognitive Science
John Trettin - 2006 - Doctorate in Cognitive Science
Hans-Jürgen Stepbach - 2006 - Doctor in Business Administration (with emphasis in Finance)
Thomas Strutzmann - 2006 - Doctor in Business Administration
Henry Dombrowski - 2006 - Doctor in Civil Engineering
Apipong Boonkao - 2008 - Doctor of Business Administration
Boondharick Pataramon - 2008 - Doctor of Business Administration
Rangsan Subongkot - 2008 - Doctor of Business Administration
Udo Mühlroth - 2006 - Doctor (Dr. h.c.) in Business Administration
Robert Kurz - 2006 - Doctor (Dr. h.c.) in Business Administration
Elke Bergamini - 2007 - Doctor (Dr. h.c.)
President Dr. Yayah Jammeh - 2008 - Professor h.c. at the School of Life Science & Biology
Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen - 2008 - Professor h.c. in Political Science with emphasis on Foreign Relations
Dr. h.c. Manfred Timmermeister – 2007 - Professor (Prof. h.c.) in Business Administration at the School of Business Administration
Otto Reil – 2007 - Professor (Prof. h.c.) with emphasis in Human Resources at the School of Business Administration
NN – 2007 – Professor (Prof. h.c.) in Printed Media Technology at the School of Education & Humanities (Name bekannt)
Ulrike Ertel - 2007 - Professor (Prof. h.c.) with emphasis Fine Arts at the School of Education and Humanities
Domenico Scarafilo, M.Sc – 2006 - Professor (Prof. h.c.) in Education at the School of Education & Humanities
Terence McIvor - 2006 - Professor (Prof h.c.) in Chemical Education at the School of Biology
Dr. Joachim Trettin – 2006 - Professor (Prof h.c.) in Orgonomy at the School of Biology
Daniel Odin (MBA) – 2006 - Professor of Operations Management at the School of Business Administration
Dr. Georg Reiff - 2005 - Professor h.c. with emphasis Ancient Roman culture & Educational Systems in Europe at the School of Education & Humanities
 Janet Steffenhagen, B.C. Blacklists Private University, Vancouver Sun 2008-06-11
We are a group of International Alumni who present in cooperation with the International Office facts and data about our Alma Master and our Alumni. Alumni who are not listed yet, are invited to join us!
Der Lapsus Calami "Alma Master" spricht Bände...
http://business-university-alumni.com (nicht mehr verfügbar seit 05.01.09)
(Alumni Stand 25.12.08)
Fußnote unter der Alumni-Liste:
Due to privacy ordiance, the university will not disclose any student record unless with written authorization from students. The alumni list does not contain all graduates. Any amendment will not be served with advance notice. Unless the university receives authorization from students, students as well as graduates' name and their contact information will not be disclosed. Graduates from Hong Kong and China can contact Professor Gary Chan, Prof. Michael Lee and Prof Amen Lee Chi Shing for record update.
University administrative policy. University will not disclose student and graduate information nor academic result unless with written authorization from students. University staff will answer email and enquires and the normal response time is within 72 hours. All international alumni records have been kept safely in their local campus and in Costa Rica campus. Graduates name will be updated on our official website upon authorization from students.
update 28.12.2008 - Die Alumni-Seite ( http://business-university-alumni.com/ ) ist nicht mehr öffentlich zugänglich. Die Sperrung wurde von Thailand aus initiiert.
Alumni cache vom 16. Nov 2008 00:05:04 GMT (nicht mehr verfügbar)
Honorary Faculty cache vom 08. Nov 2008 13:31:21 GMT
UNEM - Die Filiale in China
Offices of Fundacíon Empresarial de Costa Rica
"Students from People's Republic of China please contact
Professor Gary Chan firstname.lastname@example.org or
Professor Lee email@example.com
please visit our site in China www.unemchina.org"
(Die Seite www.unemchina.org wurde im Oktober 2008 gesperrt)
Label: " Chan Gary Yuk Fei "
UNEM - Juni 2003 bis Febr 2005 - Werbung in China
Bild: Screenshot / Webarchive
Empresarial University - Graduates from China
Bild: Screenshot / Webarchive 2005
Links zum Thema:
Hong Kong Diploma Mill Connection - Authentic information about the Empresarial Diploma Mill Network
Alan Contreras - Oregon Office of Degree Authorization - Washington Post July 31, 2008
UNEM - Repräsentant in Ankara
Ankara Business School
Bild: Screenshot/Webarchive - Unem Webseite - Januar 2008
Bild: Screenshot / www.ankara-business-school.com /Jan 2009
Weitere Links / Alumni:
"Dr." Georg Reiff (Germany), "Prof. H.C." Joachim Trettin und "Prof. Dr. H.C." Beate Freihold (Germany) beim WORLDWIDE HOLISTIC HEALING SEMINAR 2009 in Chiang Mai, Thailand
www.muehlacker.de/mt/artikel.php?p=2007/10/19/2/ - 23k - Im Cache - Ähnliche Seiten
....und aus Dr (unem) wird dann gelegentlich ein Dr.......
"Dr. Monika L. zur Schulrätin ernannt" - Pressemitteilung Landkreis Ludwigsburg
Schulberatung und Schulaufsicht - Landkreis Ludwigsburg
Von der Arzthelferin zum Dr.(ul):
Für viele Titelsammler ist die "Ausbildung" in Costa Rica nur der Einstieg:
Wie ein solcher Werdegang vom BS (unem) zum Dr. (ul) aussieht, kann man auf der Seite von Martina G. verfolgen.
Auch bei Taekwondo Sportlern scheint ein Bachelor of Science / Sport beliebt.
Agustin Trigo Vitureira hat vorgesorgt: UNEM und BIU..... sicher ist sicher.
Titelinhaber und Aktivisten:
PROF HC (unem) HOLGER LÜTTICH M.D. (A.M.) Ph.D. (A.M.)
Eine der zentralen und schillerndsten Figuren des Titelhandels in Europa, USA, Afrika und Asien ist zweifellos Georg Reiff. Er vertritt mehrere Titelmühlen, sowie "The International Parliament for Safety and Peace", auch bekannt als "International States Parliament for Safety and Peace" (IPSP).
(Fake Dr. and Prof.) Holger Luettich's latest joke in The Gambia:
"Jammeh 'award' coverage reflects chill in Gambian press"
Article by Frank Smyth with Mohamed Keita / CPJ Staff
Yoga Lehrer und Sozialpädagoge Holger Lüttich überreicht Jammeh einen "Gautsch Brief". Gautschen bezeichnet die traditionelle Lehrlingstaufe der Buchdrucker nach bestandener Prüfung. (siehe auch wikipedia)
Lehrling Jammeh ist somit zum geprüften Buchdrucker aufgestiegen, natürlich nur honoris causa. - Köstlich! - Banjul 16. Sept 2010 Statehouse image 8184
left: President Jammeh; right: Holger Lüttich as the "representant" of a nonexistent organisation "Printers and Publishers Guild of Northern Germany".
Gegenüber Jammeh und der Presse deklariert Lüttich den Brief als "Honorary Vocational Bachelors Degree award from the Printers and Publishers Guild of Northern Germany".
Dass es eine "Printers and Publishers - Gilde von Norddeutschland" gar nicht gibt, kann in Afrika ja keiner ahnen.
Schade, daß Jammeh weder lesen kann, noch begreift, was da in seiner Urkunde steht:
"Wir Jünger Gutenbergs thun anmit in unserer Kunst - in teutsch und andern Landen - jedermänniglich kund und zu wissen, daß der Jünger der hochberühmten Buchdruckerkunst
H.E. Prof. Dr. Yahya A. J. J. Jammeh
nach altem Brauch und Herkommen heut mit Zuziehung der ehrbaren Gesellen unserer Officin sich losgesagt von all Hudelei und falschem Brauch und die Wassertauff ad posteriora erhalten hat und damit in sämtliche Rechte und Privilegien eingesetzt ist, wie sie uns weiland von Kaiser Friedrich dem Dritten verliehen worden. Kraft dessen gebieten wir allen unsern Kunstgenossen den benannten Jünger Gutenbergs als wahrhaften Schwarzkünstler wohl anzuerkennen und aufzunehmen. Gott grüß die Kunst!"
Wäre A. J. J. Jammeh ein aufrechter Moslem, dürfte ihm der letzte Satz nicht besonders gefallen, es müßte schon "Allah grüß die Kunst" heißen. In Saudi Arabien würde ein solcher Lapsus nicht durchgehen. Aber Jammeh lebt ohnehin nicht streng nach dem Koran. Er betreibt ja auch noch Witch-Hunts. Außerdem - wenn es um Awards geht, kann man schon mal ein Auge zudrücken.
Mit von der Partie am 16. Sept. 2010 in Banjul: Georg Reiff / German citizenship, living in Thailand
Georg Reiff - Diploma mill degree information / Spokesman-Review Database / published July 28, 2008
Gautschbriefe gibt es im Internet oder Onlineshop:
Hatab Fadera, Daily Observer, The Gambia
Statehouse, The Gambia
Lüttich, Reiff and Jammeh - Gambia Dictator "lied about Obama award"
Holger Lüttich (rechts) und Yahya Jammeh (links) mit Gautsch Brief:
"Gambian President Yahya Jammeh receives an award from a bogus German guild"
afrol News, 27 Sept 2010
Holger Lüttich (Shivananda Bharti)
Nach Paragraph 132a des Strafgesetzbuchs kann für das unbefugte Führen akademischer Grade eine Freiheitsstrafe bis zu einem Jahr oder eine Geldstrafe verhängt werden.
Weitere Seiten: (englischsprachige)
Georg Reiff - Ambassador of Evil
Physican-to-be fought against being shorted
By the A.M. Costa Rica staff - published Friday, Oct. 25, 2002, in Vol. 2, No. 212
Hell hath no fury like that of a medical student shortchanged. And if Jerry Grace feels shortchanged, he will hang around for months trying to provoke official action.
The only problem is that until this week no one was listening to Jeffrey Grace, a U.S. citizen.
His story is complex and expensive. Plus he had a number of fellow medical students, mostly from the United States, who feel similarly short-changed but did not stick around to complain.
Grace is among 12 students who registered to attend the San Judas Tadeo medical school. Most were recruited from the United States, but one Canadian, on Bahaman and a woman from Trinidad and Tobago also were in the class.
Grace and J. Duke Moseley are among those who believe that their $3,000 a month tuition was spent badly.
Moseley, who switched to another medical school here a year ago, said Thursday that the class met for a time at nights in the San Judas high school on Avenida 10 in Sabana Este. Later officials of the school moved the class to an apartment in Sabana Oeste and then to Rohrmoser, he said.
The basic complaint is that the students expected a three-year, English-language medical program of U.S. quality. Instead, they believe they got something less. Plus they believe that the school is not really qualified as a medical school and any diplomas they might earn would have no value.
Moseley said Cuban physicians dominated the faculty, and most did not speak English. They were something less than the U.S. board-certified professors he said he was promised.
An anatomy lab was taught by a Tico student a single semester ahead of the class, he said. The school finally managed to bring in a cadaver so the future physicians could have hands-on anatomy training, but when educational officials visited, the bodies were hidden from view, probably because the school lacked the proper permits, he said.
Moseley had nothing but good things to say about Grace, who stayed here attempting to get some kind of official action. Finally, this week, Channel 7, Teletica, featured a report about the school and another school, Empresarial University (www.unem.edu) that even now is actively soliciting students from the United States.
Said Grace Thursday in an e-mail: "Yes I stuck it out, but to say the doors slammed on me would be inaccurate. Most of the time they never opened. Even from the authorities up in States. I am so disgusted with all of these people."
Costa Rica officials are investigating both the San Judas situation and the new medical school at Empresarial University that said it would accept its first class in January. Officials are unable to verify that the university is licensed to run a medical school.
Grace said he would go on: "I still intend to continue my medical studies and, thank God for the support I have from a great wife. She has stood by me throughout this whole ordeal."
Georgia moves against two med schools here
By the A.M. Costa Rica staff - published Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2002, in Vol. 2, No. 224
The U.S. State of Georgia has forbidden a man there to recruit for a troubled medical school in San José.
Shelvey Holland, standards administrator of the Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission, took the action last week. The state official said that a cease-and-desist letter had been mailed to the man, Dr. Winston Cannon.
The Georgia official said that Cannon has been recruiting in Georgia for St. Jude Medical School and/or Empresarial University. Both institutions are in San José.
Neither institution has been authorized to recruit in Georgia. "Therefore, any kind of operation or recruiting in Georgia or from a base in Georgia has been illegal in this state unless and until these institutions apply for and, if possible, gain a certificate of authorization by the Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission," the state official said.
The decision by Georgia is a victory for Jeffrey Grace, a U.S. citizen who came to San José to train as a physician. He spent a year here trying to get Costa Rican officials to look into the school after he decided in September 2001 that he was not getting an adequate education. He had little luck in attracting official attention.
Grace said that the medical school is associated with Colegio Univeritario San Judus Tadeo in Sabana. Grace said that he and 11 others were recruited for the school’s "American plan." Classes were supposed to be in English, and the successful graduates were supposed to be able to get jobs in their own countries, Grace said the school claimed. Some, but not all, of the students were recruited by Cannon from Georgia.
The principal complaints about the medical school say the school lacked accreditation, lacked qualified, English-speaking faculty members, had inadequate resources and failed to provide basic resources for education, such as cadavers for anatomy class. One student said that an apartment in Sabana Oeste was used for a time as a classroom.
Empresarial University seems to have had some relationship with St. Jude’s Medical School. Empresarial got into trouble with Costa Rican officials last month because it was featuring photos of some of the nation’s biggest hospitals on its Web page.
The Web page has been updated, although links still exist to a medical school and a veterinarian school. But the linked pages are both described as being under construction.
Empresarial also said that it offers doctoral degrees, including one in biological sciences. It also promotes a master’s of business administration on line, but that page, too, is under construction.
The Web page says that the university campus is in an urban residential area in Curridabat. The Web page said the school had been called the International Post-Graduate School until 1997.
Empresarial’s president is Aldo Erazo, and the rector is Lic. Noel Henriquez, said the Web page.
The Georgia official said that a copy of the cease-and-desist order has been sent to the president of Empresarial University and to the Consul General of Costa Rica in New Orleans.
"Doktorväter" Reiff und Flacke / acknowledgements in "thesis" / 2005
Bilder: Screenshot aus degreeinfo.com vom 05.04.2005 / http://forums.degreeinfo.com/showthread.php?t=18916
Empresarial University ?
Good Morning, Has anyone registered or taken any classes. I am not getting responces to my e-mails. Thanks. Have a peaceful Sunday. Hille
02-11-2002, 01:47 AM
A search here found 6 threads, but lack of information seems the norm. Caballero LaCaye, whose absence was noted yesterday, was hoping to visit on one of trips to Central America late last year. Perhaps we shall hear from him.
02-16-2002, 11:43 AM
I have never heard of anyone actually doing coursework. There was some questions surrounding the school's accreditation which were raised. I do not remember the outcome. Hopefully, someone will be able to fill us in.
Wyoming, British Columbia, Swaziland, South Africa, China
Degree mill. No authority to issue degrees. Formerly labeled Stratford International University.
Costa Rica, possibly China
List of unaccredited degree suppliers,
Oregon Student Assistance Commission Office Of Degree Authorization
Nonthanburi - 4
Paris, Île-de-France - 7
Peru, Lima -2
Uruguay, Montevideo - 1
Hongkong - 3
Vietnam, Lang Son, Dong, Lat. 21°86'67" North Long. 106°76'67" East - 2
Puerto Rico, Trujillo Alto - 1
Uruguay, Juan Lacaze, José E Rodó 410, D.E.O.P Seller, see also http://www.canterburyuniv.com/ 2005....06