To validate your Bachelor’s degree in Australia, you will need to have it assessed for equivalency to an Australian Bachelor’s degree. Here are the steps you can follow:
- Choose an assessing authority: The Australian Government has designated certain assessing authorities to assess overseas qualifications. You will need to select the appropriate assessing authority for your degree. The Department of Home Affairs has a list of assessing authorities on its website.
- Check the assessment criteria: Each assessing authority has its own criteria for assessing overseas qualifications. You will need to check the criteria to ensure that you meet the requirements for assessment.
- Submit your application: You will need to submit an application to the assessing authority, along with the required documents. The required documents may include your academic transcripts, proof of completion of your degree, and proof of identity.
- Wait for the assessment: The assessing authority will review your application and determine the equivalency of your overseas qualification to an Australian Bachelor’s degree. The assessment process can take several weeks or months.
- Receive the outcome: Once the assessment is complete, you will receive a letter or certificate from the assessing authority stating the equivalency of your overseas qualification to an Australian Bachelor’s degree.
It is important to note that validation of overseas qualifications in Australia can be a complex process, and it may be necessary to provide additional documentation or undertake additional training to meet Australian requirements.