If we have university degrees from other countries and we arrive in the United States we have the possibility of working in the careers that we originally studied.

By Miami Diario Newsroom

For that, The English Center supports the students who have a university education from other countries. There are multiple options including associate degrees, bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, doctorates. Universities generally validate these degrees for a price.

Apart from this, there are several organizations that are dedicated to revalidating university degrees from other countries. These companies have to see original documents of titles and notes in order to determine the equivalence in this country.

Once you have the revalidation in your hands, it is recommended that you obtain more than one copy of it. You may need more than one for different reasons or jobs. Most companies that revalidate destroy them after a year.

Before taking these documents to a university to revalidate which costs a lot of money, we recommend that students visit a counselor at the school.

It is likely that there is a program that helps pay for the revalidation. For example, the SAVES program (Skills for Academic, Vocational and English Studies) helps with revalidation at no cost. Naturally, students who take advantage of SAVES help have to be participants in the program created specifically to help refugees.

It is recommended that you find out about places to recertify college degrees and what scholarships, grants, and other kinds of help are available to those who are interested.

The revalidation of a university degree from another country makes it easier for the person to work in the area of ​​their specialty. We invite you to speak with a counselor at The English Center. We are available to help you achieve your goals.

For more information about the programs The English Center offers, call 305-445-7731. It is located in southwest Miami, 3501 SW 28th Street and can be reached by Metro (Douglas Station), bus (37) and even City of Miami Trolley (Coral Way). It is open 7 days a week. Remember “there is more than English at The English Center”.

With information from press release

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