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How to get foreign degrees recognised? watch

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    Hi All, hope I am in the correct forum?

    I have a general enquiry concerning international (foreign) degrees/diplomas/etc. I would like to know what the process is for a Hungarian for example who has a 'DIPLOMA WITH MASTERS DEGREE' in Chemistry (they are classed as a Clinical Chemist). What is the process to get this diploma recognised as a British diploma (the equivalent of)? Would the degree holder need to get their
    Hungarian diploma notaried by https://www.naric.org.uk/ (naric) first, before applying for a university place, or would a university instantly recognise that Hungarian diploma (because they have a list of known diplomas etc) with no need for a NARIC Statement of Comparability?

    Also, would that degree holder need to know the English language to a certain level? And would they need a 'European Pass' to accompany their Hungarian degree?


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