Research Tips for Cuban Credential Evaluation

It has been a little over a year since the AACRAO Cuba research team first met, and we have learned a few things in the intervening months. As you may recall from a series of blog posts I did last year, I was representing both ECE and TAICEP within the r

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What You Need to Know About Chinese Minority Students

As international credential evaluators or international admission officers, I know you regularly work with documents submitted by Chinese students. But do you know the ethnic background of these Chinese students? Do you know that the transcript from a mi

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South Korea’s Credit Banking System Turns 20 - Part 2: Recent Changes

After 20 years, the South Korean Credit Bank System continues to grow in popularity, and the government continues to work to improve the transparency and accessibility of the program. After a series of recently passed legislation, the Ministry of Educati

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South Korea’s Credit Banking System Turns 20 - Part 1: A Look Back

Since its inception in 1998, the South Korean Credit Bank System has grown in leaps and bounds.  From 1998 to 2007, the credit bank registered 279,530 lifelong learners striving for associate’s and bachelor’s degrees. From 2008 to 2017, over 1.1 million

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ECE attends Sudanese-American Collaboration Forum in Khartoum

At the end of October, a group of 40 US higher education professionals, representing 30 institutions, travelled to Khartoum to participate in the first Sudanese-American Collaboration Forum on Higher Education and Scientific Research. After 20 years, the

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