Are you new to international credentials evaluations? Do you work with international transcripts but don’t do the actual evaluations because you don’t understand them? Have you hoped to learn to evaluate but never known where to even begin? This session from the 2012 NAFSA Texas State Meeting will provide a very brief introduction to some of the most basic aspects of evaluating academic credentials from other countries and point you in the right direction to develop your own learning plan for furthering your skills given the time, budget and support you have.
Due to our current workload, it is with regret that we inform you that we are currently unable to accept Rush applications until further notice. For anyone who has already submitted a Rush application, your priority processing will still be accommodated, but we are unable to accept any more Rush applications at this time. Regular applications that do not require rush processing are still moving smoothly, but we do not have the staffing levels to accommodate the recent surge in Rush applications. Our apologies.
It is our pleasure to announce the major overhaul of our e-book, “Researching International Education Systems and Institutions” revised for 2012.
The new edition is organized in a different (but hopefully more user-friendly) manner, contains hundreds of new links, and has removed a bunch of links that weren’t as useful as we had hoped they might have been.
While all of these links have been checked in the last 2-3 months, some of them are undoubtedly outdated already. If you come across things that aren’t working anymore (already!) or things that you think should be there, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for all of your support,