USHEC grants equalization certificates to working adults, who are seeking employment in the America, for higher career prospects. Since the standard of education in the America is different from the academic standards followed around the world, it is pertinent for every individual seeking employment in the America to acquire equalization certificate for his previously acquired education and work experience.
USHEC verifies an individual’s academic documents and check for their validation and authenticity. Once their academic credentials are evaluated, USHEC issues the working adult his equalization certificate along with the attested copies of his previous education which will prove to his prospective employer about his standard of education.
Working adults who have acquired equalization certificates through the United States Higher Education Commission have been hired by employers from different industries, such as, manufacturing, engineering, etc based on their standard of education. Click here to read what benefits working adults have received by acquiring their equalization certificate.
USHEC is established with the mission to verify the legitimacy of qualifications, individuals have acquired from American schools, colleges and universities. We aim to ensure and assess that their earned degrees and qualifications meet the academic standards, set by the America’ higher education institutions and whether these qualifications meet the academic criteria, relevant to the America education systems.
USHEC offers two types of credit equivalency evaluation packages, which include Course-by-Course Evaluation Report and Document-by-Document Evaluation Report.
This credit equivalency evaluation package is best suited for secondary school credentials, immigration as well as employment.
In order to graduate, students need to earn a minimum number of upper division credits. They can transfer indefinite credits to get their degree, certificate or diploma cleared, if they are seeking to pursue careers in America. However, for equalization of qualifications and degrees, certificates or diplomas, which graduates have earned from any international institution, outside the America, they need to provide USHEC with accurate and approved documents from their university, college or school, according to our set guidelines. USHEC has the right to disapprove an application, if any important document or information is missing.