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The Ministry of Education determines a number of procedures and documents required for the equivalency of the educational certificate
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The Ministry of Education has identified a number of procedures and papers required to equalize the educational certificate

The Ministry of Education has identified a number of procedures and papers required to equalize the educational certificate, in two groups, one for diploma and bachelor’s certificates, and the other for postgraduate certificates.

The Ministry stressed the need for the holder of the “certificate equivalency” transaction to submit to the concerned department the required and correct documents and information, to equalize any educational qualification issued by a higher education institution outside the UAE, because the Ministry has the right to reject the application if all the required documents are not attached to the equivalency or not Complete the required information.

The Ministry divided the documents required for the equivalency of "diploma and bachelor's certificates" into two parts, the first being "graduates before 2005", a copy of the qualification required to be equalized (the mural certificate), authenticated according to the rules and transcripts or academic records of the qualification required to be equalized, and a copy of the academic record for hours Transferred to each institution separately (where applicable), and the original copy of the letter from the embassy of the country from which the qualification was issued stating that the qualification is valid, with the academic institution’s response attached to it. The certificates issued by a number of countries are excluded from providing this message (click here to view the list of countries. A message from their embassies is not requested), as the Ministry writes to the competent authorities to obtain the required information.

The applicant also submits a legal translation of the certificate if it is issued in a language other than Arabic or English, and a letter from the embassy/consulate of the country from which the qualification is issued stating the validity and duration of the high school diploma, and proof of attendance in the country of study: passport, proof of residence (entry and exit stamps from the country of study ), or a copy of the first entry to the state for those enrolled in the study starting in 2000.