USCHE gives equalization certificates to students and working professionals, who are in quest of employment opportunities in America, for higher career options. The education standard in America is different from the academic standards followed around the world, it is imperative for students seeking employment in America to obtain equalization certificate or a degree to add value to his work experience.
USCHE attests an individual’s academic documents to check their authenticity and validity. After their academic documents get verified, USCHE issues an equalization certificate with the attested copies of his early education which will give the employer an idea about his complete education.
Working professionals who have obtained an equalization certificates through the United State Commission of Higher Education are employed at higher positions in different industries, such as engineering, business, manufacturing, etc. Let’s see what benefits working individuals have received by obtaining an equalization certificate.
USCHE commenced with the mission to verify the legality of certificates individuals have obtained
from American institutes, colleges, and universities. Our objective is to ensure and evaluate
whether the earned certificates and degrees meet the academic standards set by American higher
educational institutes or not, and whether these qualification are relevant to America’s
Our program offers two kinds of credit equivalency evaluation packages, which contains:
Course-by-Course Evaluation Report and Document-by-Document Evaluation Report.
This credit equivalency evaluation package is best suited for secondary school credentials, immigration as well as employment.
To become a graduate, students need to obtain a minimum number of upper division credits. They can easily transfer unlimited degree credits to obtain their degree, certificate, or diploma cleared, if they wish to pursue a career in America. However, for equalization of degrees and certificates which graduates have earned from any international institutes, outside of America, they need to provide USCHE with complete and accurate documents from their school, college, or university, according to the standard guidelines. USCHE has the rights to reject an application if any important document is missing.