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    Hi, I am planning to apply for MSc in UK, and I have won a few competitions such as Robotics and Programming. However, the awards and certificates are not in English. I do mention them I won in my CV. The question is Should I scan the real certificates and awards (not in English) and attach them with my applications or Should I get them translated first? Or I shouldn't attach them at all and wait for the universities to ask for those things I mention in my CV.

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    You only need mention them on your CV (and explain briefly what they are and how important they are), If they want the certificates, they'll ask for them later.
 
 
 
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