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Decide on the assessment outcome

Decide whether the academic credential is comparable to those in Canada and determine the rights conferred by the assessment outcome.

For internal procedures:

  • Decide whether the academic credential:
    1. grants full recognition when no substantial differences have been identified;
    2. grants alternative recognition with respect to a different purpose than the one initially identified in the application process;
    3. grants partial recognition when some substantial differences have been identified;
    4. grants conditional recognition when some substantial differences have been identified but full recognition may be possible if specific requirements are met within a specific timeframe;
    5. is not recognized.
  • Establish the rights conferred by the comparability assessment outcome and how the credential may be used by the applicant.

COMPLY WITH THE PAN-CANADIAN QUALITY ASSURANCE FRAMEWORK FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS (QAF)

This step complies with the guiding principles 9 and 11 of QAF.

Consult QAF to get more information.

CONSULT ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

You may find useful information in other resources, such as:

  1. EAR Consortium (EP-Nuffic, UK NARIC, ENIC-NARIC France, and ENIC-NARIC Poland). (2012). European Area of Recognition (EAR) Manual, chapter 11;
  2. EAR-HEI Consortium (EP-Nuffic, ENIC-NARIC France, ENIC-NARIC Latvia, ENIC-NARIC Ireland, European University Association (EUA), ENIC-NARIC Lithuania, ENIC-NARIC Denmark, ENIC-NARIC Poland and Tuning Educational Structures in Europe). (2016). European Recognition Manual for Higher Education Institutions (EAR-HEI), part II, item 10.

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