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Foreign Educational Credential Analysis Workshop – Additional Resource

Hello, workshop participants! I hope that you find the materials in your workbook to be helpful. Hopefully you got a printout of the Ministries of Education list during the workshop. However, below is a copy in PDF format as well. Thanks to Barbara Glave and the folks at Credential Consultants, Inc, for sharing!

MOE resource list 5-21-14

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Secondary Education in Germany Poster Session

In addition to my int’l credential evaluation session, I also presented a poster session at the NAFSA Region 3 conference. The poster was on secondary education in Germany. The poster and the accompanying handout are here for your perusal. Happy evaluating!

Secondary Education in Germany

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Introduction to Int’l Credential Evaluation

I recently presented a session at the NAFSA Region 3 conference in Rogers, Arkansas, entitled “Introduction to International Credential Evaluation”. The session went really well, and I am pleased to be able to present a copy of the PowerPoint handout and the workbook I mentioned in the session. Please note that this workbook was created for my office’s training needs, and it may not be the best training tool for your purposes. You should adapt it for what your office needs. The workbook is quite large, so I was not able to send it to the session attendees as I had hoped to do. Holler if you have any questions. Happy evaluating!

Intro to Credential Evaluation Slides

Intro to Intl Cred Eval 2013

Intro to Credential Evaluation_2015

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The Wonderful World of International Admissions…

Greetings, everyone! Welcome to my blog on international admissions. More specifically, welcome to my space on the web to share what I’ve collected about international admissions. I began working in Graduate Admissions almost eight years ago (mainly international admissions, but I also deal with some domestic admissions issues) with a lot of enthusiasm, but not a whole lot of resources. I quickly began researching as much as I could and have amassed quite a bit that I’m happy to share with you. My hope for this blog is that it becomes a reference tool for my fellow international admissions colleagues.

Let me know what you think!

Until next time, Shelby

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