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The Hague Apostille Convention is officially known as The Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents. It was drafted by the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH) and has been signed by about 100 countries including Australia. In the Convention, public documents are considered to be:
In respect of countries for which the Convention has come in to force, you no longer need to have your document legalised by an individual country’s diplomatic or consular service. Instead, you simply need to present your notarised document to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) which will check that the signature and seal provided by your Notary Public is authentic. Once the Notary’s signature and seal are verified, DFAT will place an Apostille on your document. An Apostille is a certificate/stamp that includes DFAT’s seal to show that the notarisation is authentic.
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Public and private universities and colleges that offer a wide range of programs typically hold regional accreditation. To receive regional accreditation, a university must pass a peer review by faculty and administrators from similar institutions.
Another type of accreditation, national accreditation, is provided by accrediting agencies that are generally single-purpose, narrow in scope, or vocational in nature. Large public colleges and universities do not typically hold national accreditation, though they may have individual programs that are nationally accredited. Los Angeles University of California is proud to hold both regional and national accreditation.
Apostille is a professional certificate issued by the Secretary of State. This document is attached to confirm the legality and authenticity of other educational documents, in order for all the member states of the Hague Apostille Convention to recognize and accept it. A total of 117 countries are part of the The Hague Apostille Convention and each one requires an Apostille by the Secretary of State of the Department of Higher Education of the United States (United States Department of State).The apostille is required by all of the 50 states in the US.
We also provide Document certification, legalization of the embassy or consulate as required to maintain the standardization of distance education and quality assurance for all students enrolled in the United States or international students enrolled in universities located in the United States through accredited US educational institutes.
United States Education Commission is an American accreditation and equalization granting body for academic institutes and individuals. United States Education Commission mission is to ensure that all the accredited institute meets pre-determined standard of education in the industry. United States Education Commission is thought to be the largest independent accreditation body in the world.
United States Department of Academic Accreditation is the non-profit council that aims at working with private and public educational sectors for allowing the students to get the required training and education. United States Department of Academic Accreditation aims at the career growth of individuals by improving their overall learning processes and then utilizing it in their professional lives. We work to set benchmark of education against the quality standards of US accreditation that will allow the institutions to fulfil the high quality educational standards along with the best practice.
Arab Academic Accreditation Authority is an independent higher education body which has ability and accountability to ensure high quality standards and criteria for accreditation in the GCC region and across the world. ARABAAA is committed to ensure long-term standing of the region which is advancement of higher education sector. We aim to provide the best accreditation and equivalency services to our members, institutions and individuals. ARABAAA serves as a service resource for traditional and non-traditional institutes and professionals
Along with regional and national accreditation, Los Angeles University of California also maintains specialized accreditation for its programs as appropriate to educational purposes and has more than 100 degrees/majors that have specialized accreditation. These programs benefit from the rigorous program review requirements in the accreditation process which are based on national standardized outcomes. Los Angeles University of California has attained membership of the following bodies:
• American Council on Education
• American Association for Higher Education
• American Library Association
• Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers
• Interamerican Society of Psychology
• National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology
• Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation
• Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs
• The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs
• The Engineering Accreditation Commission