Credential Evaluation Issues

Helpful Documentation Tips for Admissions Professionals and International Students

One of the most crucial aspects of the international admission process is the acquisition and/or transmission of the required academic records. Students and admission counselors alike must be aware of the documents needed to ensure a complete and accurate assessment


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Fighting Credential Fraud

A Brief Critique of Australian and American Approaches to Qualification Verification and Authentication By George Brown VIEW UPCOMING WEBINARS ON POPULAR COUNTRY SYSTEMS OF EDUCATION   Introduction Credentials are everywhere, and are important signifiers of an individual’s competence and/or bona


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Methods of Document Recognition and Authentication

by WES Staff VIEW ARCHIVED WEBINAR ON OBTAINING INTERNATIONAL CREDENTIAL DOCUMENTS   T he authenticity of foreign educational documents has taken on a new meaning in the last year. While those who specialize in foreign-credential evaluation have always made it


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eWENR, September/October 1999: Practical Information

Practical Information African Education Guide is a Useful Resource by Kenneth Warren   Guide to Higher Education in Africa by the Association of African Universities & the International Association of Universities Price: $65 Publisher Macmillan Distribution Brunel Road, Houndmills, Basingstoke


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eWENR, July/August 1999: Rebuilding the University of Pristina

Research Rebuilding the University of Pristina by Robert Sedgwick Editor, WENR   Timeline 1945: Marshal Tito emerges as head of the new socialist state of Yugoslavia, which is comprised of six republics: Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia. 1970:


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eWENR, July/August 1999: Education in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

Education in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia by WES Staff Members In the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia* (Serbia and Montenegro, including the autonomous provinces of Kosovo and Vojvodina), the education system is divided into elementary, secondary and tertiary levels.The academic


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New Structure of Bulgarian Higher Education

Margaret Dobrow-King Senior Area Specialist On Dec. 12, 1995, the Bulgarian National Assembly passed the Higher Education Act. This legislation outlined the new structure of higher education and set guidelines for the new academic titles and degrees to be awarded.


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