WES International Credential Evaluation Labs – Graduate Admissions (SF)
Date: July 19, 2019
Golden Gate University
536 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Attend our hands-on lab to improve your credential evaluation procedures. You will work with authentic academic documents while being guided by seasoned professionals, leaving you well-equipped to make the most efficient and reliable admissions decisions for your institution.
This year we will be covering credentials from Bologna, China, Kenya and India.
For more information please visit our website here
“GLOBAL RECOGNITION IN INTERNATIONAL ADMISSIONS AND CREDENTIAL EVALUATION: IS IT POSSIBLE? IS IT NECESSARY?”
At this time, the 193 member countries of UNESCO are finalizing a Global Convention on Recognition of Higher Education Qualifications. Although not binding, this convention when ratified will help regulate the growth of inter‐regional student mobility, provide for the transparent and fair recognition of qualifications, enhance the quality of higher education, and bring coherence to disparate recognition processes. Is there something here from which the US international admissions community could learn?
AACRAO International wants to examine this question more closely and invites you to join the launch of this ongoing conversation. For more information, please go HERE.
For more information: https://www.naric.org.uk/naric/organisations/training/schedule.aspx
More information can be found here: https://www.naric.org.uk/naric/organisations/training/schedule.aspx
Description: Did you know that in China you can be admitted to graduate school without a Bachelor’s degree? And that often it is possible with only a 3-year zhuanke diploma? Join us to learn more about regular, adult and self-study zhuanke programs and access they provide to further education in China.
Presented by: Katerina Roskina, Founder of China Credential Services – an admissions consulting organization in Milwaukee, WI. Her primary responsibilities include credential evaluation, training of credential evaluators at other organizations and educational institutions, and comparative education consulting with a focus on China.
Katerina is the current NAFSA CEP Credential Evaluation Workshop Dean, a NAFSA 2019 CEP Credential Evaluation Workshop Trainer, a conference presenter with extensive NAFSA National, Regional and state experience on credential evaluation, admissions and recruitment and international student integration subject matters, an active NAFSA Spotlight contributor on China-related topics. Her current leadership roles include the Chair-Elect of the Wisconsin Association of International Educators, a member of NAFSA Region V Leadership Team, and a NAFSA China MIG Vice Chair.