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Jeanne-M

WES - Canadian Equivalency Summary

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Jeanne-M

Hi,

Is there someone who would be willing to clear this up for me? I don't want to make a mistake on our EE profile.  

I am really confused about the Canadian equivalency summary on my WES report. So, the report I received from WES states:

CANADIAN EQUIVALENCY SUMMARY - Bachelor's Degree (three years) and bachelor's degree (four years). 

In the 'Level of Education' field, should I select 'Bachelor's Degree...', or should I select 'Two or more certificates, diplomas or degrees...'? 

Would appreciate any advice!

 

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reshie108

@Jeanne-M I think you should choose 2 or more certificates, diplomas and degrees......

Where these 2 different qualifications?

 

Good Luck..

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Jeanne-M

Thanks for the reply @reshie108!

This was for a 3 years bachelors degree (WES: 'bachelors degree (three years)), and an honours degree (WES: 'bachelor's degree (4 years)). Elsewhere on the forum I read that bachelor's + honours = one 4 year degree in Canada, but why does WES say:  Bachelor's Degree (three years) and bachelor's degree (four years)? I'm really confused. 

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Qrios1

Hi @Jeanne-M based on a quick squiz through your previous posts I assume either you or your spouse is a CA (SA)? I can confirm that WES views the 3 years + 1 year of honours as 1 completed degree and not 2 separate degrees. So unfortunately can't select the two degrees one. On your WES report it should state under the honours degree Canadian equivalency: Bachelors degree (4 years) and under remarks that it should be read together with credential #1 therefore the highest level is equivalent to One 4 year degree.  Hope this helps 

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Jeanne-M

Thanks @Qrios1! That clears things up for me!

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