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INTERNATIONAL ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT WORKSHOPS

Developing Admissions and Evaluation Procedures for Students with Nonverifiable Documentation $

Monday, May 29: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Students from countries in conflict are at a serious educational disadvantage without proper academic documentation. This workshop offers insights into developing evaluation procedures for populations with nonverifiable credentials. Examine case studies from Europe and the United States to foster solutions that are appropriate for your institution.

#21 Member $355 | Nonmember $482

International Credential Evaluation: Understanding the Essentials $

Sunday, May 28: 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Analyze basic credential elements including applicant data, translations, authenticity of documents, and institutional accreditation. Activities throughout the workshop distinguish steps required to properly evaluate international credentials: level of program, equivalency of program, and how to calculate credits, grades, and grade point average.

#05 Member $300 | Nonmember $429

International Credential Evaluation: Post-Secondary-Level Credentials $

Tuesday, May 30: 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Designed specifically for personnel who process admissions for transfer students, graduate students, or both. This workshop covers the conversion of credits from the four main groups of academic credentials. Determine how to convert grades to U.S. equivalents and calculate grade point average for studies completed. Prior completion of International Credential Evaluation: Understanding the Essentials is recommended.

#38 Member $300 | Nonmember $429

International Credential Evaluation: Secondary-Level Credentials $

Sunday, May 28: 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Practice and receive guidance in evaluating foreign units and grades as well as calculating a grade point average from upper-secondary education programs. Participants analyze the same process applied to the various external exams that are required for access to higher education in many countries. Prior completion of International Credential Evaluation: Understanding the Essentials is recommended.

#06 Member $300 | Nonmember $429

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