Educational Credential Assessment (ECA)

Educational Credential Assessment (ECA)

Our team assists each student in attaining their future abroad aims with promising ECA services. The primary function of an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) is to collate the proof of your academic credentials and evaluate their parity with Canadian standards. The educational records endorsed by your diploma, graduation, or any nationally accredited course are eligible for ECA. 

The Canadian government has designated several organizations to provide ECA services, including:

  1. World Education Services (WES)

  2. International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS)

  3. Comparative Education Service (CES)

  4. International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS)

  5. Medical Council of Canada (for medical credentials only)

The ECA process typically involves the following steps:

  1. An application, along with the required documents and fees, must be submitted to the designated organization as the first step in the ECA process.

  2. Verification of documents: The organization will verify the authenticity of the documents and make sure they meet assessment requirements.

  3. Educational qualifications will be evaluated by the organization based on factors such as the level of study, duration, and content of the program. As a result of the assessment, a Canadian equivalency report will be developed, which will detail how the educational credential compares to the Canadian equivalent.

  4. Report delivery: The completed ECA report will be delivered to the applicant and any other designated institutions or organizations, such as employers or educational institutions.

Depending on the designated organization and the purpose of use, the specific requirements and fees for ECA assessments can differ.

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