ACEI evaluates educational credentials from around the world and recommends the U.S. educational equivalence.
You can reply on ACEI and its team of experts who bring with them a combined total of more than 50 years of international education experience and knowledge of world education systems. Our evaluators at ACEI will provide you accurate and timely educational equivalency reports.
- Job Seekers
If you are an individual who holds academic credentials from another country and seeking to quality for a job in the U.S. or with a multinational company and need to have your credentials evaluated, please click on Credentials Evaluation Services Instructions and follow the instructions in preparing your application and credentials for evaluation with ACEI.
- Human Resource/Personnel Director
ACEI is committed to helping HR professional at U.S. companies and multinational corporation with reinforcing their due diligence in the screening, verifying and hiring of internationally-educated job candidates through the expert evaluation of the academic credentials. ACEI will help you identify top global talent by providing an authoritative statement of U.S. educational equivalence and demonstrate that the internationally-educated job candidates have in fact satisfied the standards required by your organization. For more information on how ACEI can assist your institution, have your Human Resources Director, contact our office at +1(310) 275-3530 or email@example.com.
ACEI is an Endorsed Member of the Association of International Credential Evaluators (AICE). As an Endorsed Member, ACEI has met the Association’s rigorous screening and approval to serve as a qualified source in assisting individuals and their prospective employers with the evaluation of international education credentials. ACEI adheres to AICE’s strict Standards and Best Practices in preparing its evaluations that are based on verified official/original academic credentials and reporting U.S educational equivalences that are consistent and in accordance with uniform guidelines and methodologies. For information on the Association’s Standards please visit www.aice-eval.org and click on “Public Resources.”