Copyright & Disclaimer


Copyright and Disclaimer

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9 Comments on “Copyright & Disclaimer”

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  3. lv mens wallet says:

    Good post here. One thing I would really like to say is that most professional domains consider the Bachelor Degree as the entry level requirement for an online college degree. Even though Associate Diplomas are a great way to begin with, completing the Bachelors opens up many opportunities to various occupations, there are numerous internet Bachelor Course Programs available. Another issue is that many brick and mortar institutions present Online versions of their college diplomas.

  4. Luis A. Abioda, VP for Academic Affairs says:

    Gentlemen:
    We would like to inquire whether West Visayas State University, a state educational institution of higher learning in Western Visayas, more specifically, in Iloilo City, Philippines could be included as one of the accredited schools in the Philippines. We are listed in NARIC-Australia, but not NARIC-UK.
    Our school was recognized as one of the top performing schools in the Philippines in terms of the licensure performance of graduates in nursing (consistently 100% passing percentage), medicine (97% passing percentage), and teacher education (95% passing percentage). Except for our new programs (actually the school has 112 active programs), the University was awarded top performing school in terms of accreditation of its programs in 2012 and the only university with level 4, phase 2 accredited status by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP), Inc.
    We hope to hear from you soon. Thank you.

    • UK NARIC says:

      Dear Luis,

      Thank you for your enquiry. Our Research, Insight and Engagement team have looked in to this and believe that your institution is already listed on our main database International Comparisons as West Visayas State University. We have now added Iloilo city to the entry, which will go live on the website as part of our November update.

      I hope this answers your question but please let us know if you have further questions.

  5. Amit says:

    Hello,
    I have done 3 years of Diploma in Electrical engineering and then 3 years of Bachelor of engineering from India.I am want to apply for Uk NARIC statement of comparability for work purpose.I do have original Degree certificate as well as 3 years transcripts on university letter head.
    Below are the queries:

    1.Will above degree documents mentioned enough to apply for statement of comparability?

    2.Since i have done 3 years diploma in engineering and then took admission as lateral entry in direct 2nd year for 4 years Bachelor of Engineering. So How UK NARIC recognizes it since i do have transcripts for 2nd,3rd & 4th year only?…1st year transcript is not available since admitted to 2 year after diploma….Does UK NARIC is aware about this academic system in India?

    3.Do i need to upload diploma certificate also along with Degree certificate for getting Uk NARIC statement of comparability?

    Please help

    • UK NARIC says:

      Hi, thank you for your enquiry.

      In order to provide a Statement of Comparability, we would require a copy of the final certificate and the academic transcripts, as mentioned in your comment. I would recommend uploading the Diploma also as evidence of the advance standing this granted on to the degree course. There is no additional fee for us to consider more than one qualification. For details of how to apply, please see our website here.

  6. Clarke says:

    I received a fraudulent cirtificate, who can I go to to seek justice and get my money back?

    • UK NARIC says:

      Thank you for your message Clarke.

      Can you provide further details regarding your fraudulent certificate to info@naric.org.uk and address the email FAO Scott Partridge

      Kind regards

      UK NARIC


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