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A Document-by-Document report evaluates each foreign academic program to determine its corresponding US educational equivalent. These reports are simpler than Course-by-Course evaluations, but they include all the basic criteria expected by potential employers, schools, universities, and licensing boards including institutional accreditation/recognition, program duration, dates of study, and entrance requirements. For an additional fee, the report may be modified to include a cumulative grade point average (GPA) per program/degree.
Document-by-Document Specialty Areas
Education systems vary from country to country. Trust the trained professionals at FIS to know how credentials from a country compare in the U.S. Our foreign credential evaluation reports are not database-driven but rather individually researched and carefully crafted by a team of trained professionals. Each candidate’s documents are analyzed to determine the most accurate U.S. equivalent.
Accounting, business administration, economics, finance, management, management information systems (MIS), marketing and others.
Samples of “specialty occupation” positions: Market Research Analyst, Marketing Manager, Logistics Manager, International Business Analyst, Accountant, Credit Analyst, Purchasing Manager.
Computer science, computer technology, computer information systems (CIS), information technology (IT), management information systems (MIS) and others.
Samples of “specialty occupation” positions: Systems Analyst, Network Administrator, Project Lead/Software Engineer, Programmer Analyst, Web Administrator.
Automotive, chemical, construction, electrical, industrial, manufacturing, materials, mechanical, systems and others.
Samples of “specialty occupation” positions: Construction Manager, Director of Advanced Product Development, Tool Design Program Manager.
Communication, dance, education, English, fashion design, film/digital media, fine arts, graphic design, interior design, journalism, literature, music, technical writing, theatre, urban planning, and others.
Samples of “specialty occupation” positions: Graphic Designer, Music Director, Public Relations Specialist, Teacher, Journalist, Film Archivist, Technical Writer.
Actuarial science, biochemistry, biotechnology, exercise sciences, food sciences, health sciences, physics, quantitative analysis, and others.
Samples of “specialty occupation” positions: Sports Instructors, Rehabilitation Coordinator.
Hospitality management, human resources, nursing, public administration, public health, and others.
Samples of “specialty occupation” positions: Health Educator, Human Resources Manager, Director of Nursing Administration, and others.