“Comparable to Bachelor degree”: what does this comparison statement mean?

Some UK ENIC evaluations state that an award can be “considered comparable to Bachelor degree”. This might appear in UK ENIC statements of comparability issued to individuals, or in our…

Graduate recruitment best practice

The Graduate Market in 2014, a study of graduate vacancies at the country’s leading employers, has highlighted that employers are increasing their graduate intake by nearly 10% in 2014. Despite…

Reflections: Libya

In September 2013, UK NARIC was given the opportunity to revisit Libya, a country in transition following the fall of the Gaddafi regime in 2011. UK NARIC first visited Libya…

Reflections: Bosnia and Herzegovina

In September UK NARIC visited Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) to deliver a capacity building workshop for the ENICs in the region of the Former Yugoslavia. Our workshop was…

Reflections: Namibia

UK NARIC recently travelled to the Namibian capital, Windhoek, to deliver six workshops on different aspects of international education. Our host, the Namibian Qualification Authority (NQA), made our visit very…

Update on Application Trends

The trends highlighted by UK NARIC last year seem to be continuing. The latest figures from UK NARIC and UK NCP confirm that the trend for increased mobility of citizens…

UK NARIC helping with Tier 4 Highly Trusted Sponsor Compliance

Please note that since this article has been published immigration guidance has changed. Please see our post UK NARIC’s Visas and Nationality Service launches on 6 April which contains more up-to-date…

Keep up-to-date with combating education fraud

Education fraud is once again a hot topic: In Saudi Arabia the Arab News reported that the Saudi Council of Engineers (SCE) have so far discovered 1,050 engineers who were…