Foreign Credential Evaluation

In preparing its reports, Evaluation Service, Inc. draws on its library resources, archives of sample evaluations, annotated syllabi and catalogs, as well as contacts with professionals in the United States and abroad. Direct contact with foreign educational institutions and governments provides the most current information.

Our evaluation reports provide clear and concise statements of educational equivalency for each of your academic credentials, starting with secondary school and continuing through every type of post-secondary education. The equivalency statements contained in each report derive from commonly accepted standards in the international and comparative education communities. Our evaluation policies are developed in consultation with other experts in the field, and our clients are made aware that the reports are based on the most current information available. We make every effort to obtain pertinent data for accurate and equitable assessments.

Two Kinds of Reports: Which is Best for You?

[1. Document-By-Document] | [2. Course and Credit with GPA]

1. Document-By-Document

This report identifies and describes each academic document and provides an equivalent for each document [see the following sample evaluation reports: (1) sample report #1 (Bachelor of Commerce from Canada) and (2) sample report #2 (Titulo de Ingeniero from Mexico), both in PDF format]. Suggested for:

  • Employment
  • Immigration
  • Further education where a breakdown of courses, credits and grades is not required

2. Course and Credit with GPA

This report contains the same information as the document-by-document report and also lists all post-secondary course credits and grades in terms of U.S. equivalents. See the following sample evaluation report (in PDF format): Sample Report (Indian high school credential and university degree). Suggested for:

  • Further education (transfer credit)
  • Professional Certification/Licensing
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