Academic certificatesAcademic certificates- An academic certificate is a document that certifies that a person has received specific education or has passed a test or series of tests.
In many countries, a certificate is a qualification attained in secondary education. For UK Universities/Colleges certificates, you will first need a notary’s certification. Which means that you will authorise a notary to carry out verification of your certificate directly with the institution, upon which they will issue their certification to confirm the authenticity of the certificate/s. The next step is to apostille your certificate, and we can take care of all these on your behalf. All you have to do is sign an authority letter for the notary, a copy of your passport, and your original certificate. we are more than likely to ask you for the original documents as some overseas authorities may not accept copies, or our solicitor or notary public will want to see the originals before they can certify a copy.
DiplomasA diploma is a short term course, generally lasts up to two years which mainly focuses on training an individual in a particular field. It is a quicker and easier way to get into an area of work. The importance of a diploma compared to a degree is relatively less.
DegreesA degree is an academic course studied at university. In most cases it lasts up to 3 years where specific requirements are met through coursework and/or exams to gain the qualification.
A degree provides more in depth knowledge about a course than a diploma.
Earning a degree opens more doors for opportunity than a diploma and most jobs require at least a bachelors degree.
Masters degreeA Masters degree is typically studied after a degree has been gained.
It is focused on one particular area of a wider subject, offering a greater amount of specialist knowledge, as opposed to a degree which just covers a large area of a certain subject.
It is more intense and faster paced and can typically last between 3-4 years. .