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    Dear Sirs,

    First of all, let me thank you for your quick and professional service. I am pleased to inform you that I received your Letter of Comparability earlier this week. While, I would like to proceed and order a Comparability certificate, I cannot do so before my further questions are answered.

    In your letter you stated that my 4-year bachelor degree in ( University) "Is considered comparable to British Bachelor degree standard". However, in your 'Evaluation Criteria' document (as published at http://www.naric.org.uk) you state that:

    "...Band 10: The course of study leading to this qualification indicates that students have followed a specialist curriculum. The course also generally requires submission of a final Thesis or dissertation, which is examined as part of the requirements for the award..."

    And that

    "... NARIC Band 10: 101) Is considered comparable to British Bachelor (Honours) degree standard..."

    I would like to draw your attention to the fact that, as evident from my academic transcripts submitted to you, I have followed a specialist curriculum and, as a part of my degree, have submitted and defended a final Thesis. This fact is explicitly mentioned on my Diploma.

    Furthermore, in the 'Evaluation Criteria' document quoted earlier, there is no mention of 'British Bachelor degree standard' classification. I am sure you would appreciate the fact that before ordering a certificate I need to know:

    1. If 'British Bachelor degree standard' and 'British Bachelor (Honours) degree standard' are an equal classifications;
    2. Why the word 'Honours' is missing from the classification;
    3. If my degree is not classified as 'Honours' degree - how is it classified, what was the criteria for that classification and why does it deviate from your 'Evaluation Criteria' statement.
    4. What is the class of my degree, i.e. if it is First Class, Upper Second Class, Lower Second Class, etc.

    Thank you in advance for all your help and kind reply.

    Kind Regards,


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    Dear Mr. ,

    Thank you for your e-mail.

    Further to your enquiry, I'd like to provide the following explanation.

    There are two different types of a Bachelor degree in the UK: Ordinary and Honours. Please note that this difference refers to the style of study rather than the level of achievement. Students who graduate with an Honours degree have essentially completed an independent study and research based degree as a continuation of the specialisation at the "A" level stage. By contrast, an Ordinary degree is based around a taught education with a greater amount of contact hours. Both types of degree
    grant the holder graduate status in the UK with the possibility to apply for postgraduate study, at institutional discretion.

    The Bachelor (Ordinary) and (Honours) designations are proving increasingly inconsistent with both international provision and the situation in the UK in recent years. A system using "British Bachelor
    degree standard" statement is therefore favoured, perhaps with the exception of those education systems also employing Ordinary and Honours degrees.

    The British Bachelor degree classification is used to describe degree level awards from systems in which there is variability in the style of award and elements of both Ordinary and Honours courses are present. It is therefore at institutional discretion to decide in individual cases whether the award is more similar in style to a UK taught course (Ordinary) or to a research based course (Honours) based on the contents/element of research present in the particular course.

    Regarding the class of your degree, due to disparities in the mode of study, grading, teaching, assessment systems and content, it is not possible to convert grades from one system to another. The interpretation of grades and determination of degree classifications - where appropriate - is carried out by the admitting institutions / employers in the UK in the context of the system in which that award was made.

    I hope this is of assistance,

    Please don't hesitate to contact me if any further information is required.

    Best regards,


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    How to Apply
    Applying online is the best way to apply; it will not only speed up your application but also allow you to monitor and track the progress of your application.
    To use the online application, you should follow these steps:
    Register a new account through the UK NARIC User Portal
    Upon completion of the registration process, you will receive an acknowledgement email containing a link, which when followed, will enable you to activate your account
    Log in to your account using your email address and password
    Start your application by selecting the service(s) you require, uploading scanned versions of your qualifications, and filling in your contact details. Please note that we require the following documentation in order to process your application:
    a covering letter or email with your contact details and stating the purpose of your enquiry
    a photocopy or scanned version of your certificate(s) together with final transcript(s)
    a photocopy or scanned version of a certified translation in English if necessary
    payment for the service
    there is no need to send us a self-addressed envelope; a postage option is provided within the check-out process.
    At the end of the application process, you will be offered several options to pay for the service(s) you selected. Once a payment method has been chosen, you will be sent an email confirming the service(s) you have ordered, and providing you with confirmation of the services you have ordered, and your unique enquiry ID number.
    Following receipt of this confirmation email, you will then be kept up to date as to the progress of your application via email, and will be able to communicate with us using the messaging function within the UK NARIC User Portal. If you are applying for an English Language Assessment, in addition to the above we require the following:
    a photocopy or scanned version of your English test certificate(s) OR evidence of the medium of instruction of your study
    If you are applying for a Statement of Comparability for the Early Years Sector additional supporting documentation is required. For further details please visit this section of our website.
    You will be able to upload scanned copies of all required documentation from within the UK NARIC User Portal.
    If you are applying by post, please send all documentation, including a cover letter clearly explaining the service(s) you wish to receive, along with an explanation as to why you wish to receive the selected services, to the following address:
    UK NARIC
    Oriel House
    Oriel Road
    Cheltenham, GL50 1XP
    UK
    Or via fax to +44 (0)871 330 7005
    Please note there is an additional postage charge, with three options available. See Delivery Options for more information.
    Important Note when applying online:
    When applying online, you will be given a unique UK NARIC enquiry ID number, which you should include in all correspondence with UK NARIC.
    Please note that your application will not be processed until we receive the correct payment for the service(s) you have requested and all required documentation; either via upload through the UK NARIC User Portal, or by post to the office.
    For information about how UK NARIC international evaluates skills and qualifications view the Process and Procedures document.

    Statement of Comparability
    How can we help you?
    The UK NARIC Statement of Comparability is an officially recognised document that confirms the recognition of an overseas qualification and its comparable level in the UK, irrespective of it being an academic, vocational or professional award. It is used by universities, colleges, employers and Government departments and agencies forming part of their decision-making process. A Statement of Comparability can be used to help support applications made under Tiers 1 and 2 of the Points Based System for immigration to the UK; particularly the Graduate Entrepreneur route within Tier 1.
    A Statement of Comparability states, in English, what your overseas qualifications equate to in the UK.
    Please note that at UK NARIC we are unable to provide a comparability statement for the grades obtained in your qualifications. It is recommended that you present transcripts directly to potential employers/admitting institutions for consideration on an individual basis in line with specific grade requirements.
    Example of a Statement of Comparability.
    How to apply
    The recommended application route for obtaining a UK NARIC Statement of Comparability is online, through the User Portal. Upon registering an account, you can complete your entire application online by submitting your contact details and uploading any required documentation and making payment. You will be able to track the progress of your application, and remain in contact with the specialists here at UK NARIC by using the messaging function built into the portal. It is possible for you to apply by post, however please note that we will require printed copies (not originals) of all documentation (detailed below) as well as a covering letter which should include your contact details and explain the purpose of your enquiry.
    Comprehensive details about the application process are provided on the How to Apply section of the website, however, prior to starting your application it should be noted that we will require the following documentation in order to process your enquiry:
    a photocopy or scanned version of your certificate(s) together with final transcript(s) in the original language
    a covering letter or email with your contact details and clearly stating the purpose of your enquiry
    a photocopy or scanned version of a certified translation in English if necessary or a Diploma Supplement and/or Certificate Supplement issued in English
    payment for the service (see details below)
    there is no need to send us a self-addressed envelope; a postage option is provided within the check-out process
    if applying online, please include any relevant information relating to the purpose of your enquiry within the Application Notes field prior to submission of your application
    if applying by post, please include a covering letter which should include your contact details and explain the purpose of your enquiry
    All documentation should either be uploaded directly through the user portal, or be sent to us by post.
    If you are applying by post, please send all documentation to the following address:
    Please send postal applications to:
    UK NARIC
    Oriel House
    Oriel Road
    Cheltenham
    GL50 1XP
    UK

    Or by fax to:
    +44 (0)871 330 7005
    Please note that UK NARIC Statements of Comparability will be delivered to applicants by post.
    How long does it take?
    The turnaround time for the Statement of Comparability is 15 working days from the date of receipt of all required documentation and payment. Please note that this timeframe does not include delivery time and cannot be guaranteed. In some cases, such as those requiring additional research, the process may take longer and the applicant will be informed.
    How much does it cost?
    The cost of the service is 46.00 + VAT* (55.20) per application.
    If you are applying from an address outside of the EU, you are not required to pay VAT.
    To find out more about the payment options that are available please visit the payment options section of our site.
    *VAT is payable within the EU
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