Selinus University of Sciences and Literature Ltd is incorporated as a Private International Commercial University in the Commonwealth of Dominica. Selinus University of Sciences and Literature is a non-governmental organization for adult international students, professionals and entrepreneurs, which works online through the Internet using an e-learning platform and distance teaching system to deliver courses and study programmes, using various means: e-mail, international courier, video telephone systems, etc.
Selinus University of Sciences and Literature operates with full legal authority and accepts students from all over the world, informing them in advance both about the study systems it uses, as well as about the value of the academic qualifications which it issues. The Selinus University of Sciences and Literature holds a Certificate of Incorporation and a Certificate of Good Standing from the Governement of the Commonwealth of Dominica.
The Commonwealth of Dominica is a member of the British Commonwealth, the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie and UNESCO.
Under the laws of the Commonwealth on academic qualifications and conduct of university business, Selinus University of Sciences and Literature is legally authorized to carry out all the activities of a private international post-secondary educational institution, including the conferral of degrees up to doctoral level, in jurisdictions that allow such activities. Selinus University of Sciences and Literature has its registered offices in Roseau Valley, Commonwealth of Dominica, but under the statute governing its activities does not offer educational activities within the State of the Commonwealth of Dominica.
Selinus University of Sciences and Literature Ltd is a private university that is not part of the Commonwealth of Dominica or any other system of education and does not issue state diplomas. Selinus University enjoys no state funding in respect of any of its educational activities. The activities of international Private Commercial Universities in the Commonwealth of Dominica, which operate outside the country, are exempted by law and are the responsibility of the Registrar of Companies, rather than of the Ministry of Education, which deals exclusively with purely national institutions.