This course is essential for anyone dealing with qualifications from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh and will help you understand their education systems and qualifications.
This session will give an overview of the structure of the Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi education systems with a focus on entry to tertiary studies, higher education, accreditation as well as recent developments and changes.
It includes practical guidelines on the interpretation and understanding of educational documentation from these countries.
This course is recommended for university and college staff involved with entry to undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The course will also be useful to people from professional bodies, nationality & immigration solicitors, recruiters, work permit and visa agencies, careers / guidance / refugee and asylum seekers advisers.
This session is also available for those from other areas; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about these sessions.
The key objectives of the training are to:
- Achieve an understanding of the structure of the Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi education systems including secondary, vocational / occupational and higher education and how these compare with the UK's education system
- Provide a greater comprehension of the Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi education systems and discuss the key problems which arise when assessing their qualifications
- Develop the ability to identify and classify qualifications within the extensive range of awards available within each sector of these education systems
Delegates will receive a tailored workbook to support the fully interactive session, which will be used in conjunction with the UK NARIC software.
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The cost to attend our half-day training workshops is £275 + VAT per person.
If you are a UK NARIC member then you may have complimentary training places that can be used for these workshops so that you can attend for free. Your Power User at your institution or your UK NARIC account manager can give you more information, or email email@example.com.