Country Index Volume I
The New Country Index: Making Sense of International Credentials Volume I (2004) is an essential tool for interpreting the educational backgrounds of people who have studied outside of the United States and who need statements of educational equivalencies in order to enter the U.S. educational environment and work force.
Compiled by current and former staff and board members, Volume I of The New Country Index: Making Sense of International Credentials provides easy-to-follow tables that clearly map the educational structures of 70 foreign countries to their U.S. equivalents. In each country section, you’ll find information on studies at all levels – primary through tertiary as well as technical, vocational, and professional training.
The most reliable, convenient, and practical reference of its kind, The New Country Index is a must-have resource for colleges and universities, state licensing boards, and foreign ministries, as well as for immigration attorneys and individuals hiring or seeking employment in the United States.
The New Country Index: Making Sense of International Credentials (Volume I) is comprised of educational profiles for 70 countries. In particular, it includes the following countries:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Serbia and Montenegro
Soviet Union (Former)
Trinidad and Tobago
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