World Education Services, the
leader in international education credential evaluation for
American and Canadian universities, has revised its assessment of
India's three-year undergraduate degrees.
This is great news for the thousands of Indian LearnHubbers who aspire to do a graduate degree in the U.S.!
Indian students who have earned a Bachelor's degree, such as
B.Sc. or B.Com, with Division I or II from universities accredited
by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with a grade of "A" or higher, may now equate
to a U.S. Bachelor's degree.
Traditionally, students in India needed to complete sixteen
years of academic work to be eligible for admission to graduate
programs in the United States.
Dr. Rahul Choudaha, Associate Director says this initiative
will, "help students gain full credit for their Indian education
and save them an extra year of coursework, which some students
undertake to meet the requirement for admission to the U.S.
universities are prepared to consider International
applications for graduate admission from candidates who hold
Students interested in international education are encouraged to join WES's International Admissions community to share their experiences and ask queries on a range of topics related to international admissions including credential evaluation, admissions process, immigration, and standardized testing.