How to be Part of How Student Visa is Making Emigration Easier for Nigerians 02
I started talking about the documents you must have if you are trying to migrate abroad using the student visa—which is facilitated by first gaining admission to a school in the country you are trying to migrate to. This would mean you are going to have to provide a lot of academic documents on your previously-earned academic qualifications. I have mentioned and discussed here a couple of the needed documents you must have before even trying to apply for any scholarship or admission abroad so that your Nigerian school would not sabotage the processing of your admission/scholarship or make you lose it when you have been offered a provisional admission but you need some documents for the admission to be finalized; we all know how our Nigerian schools are rarely capable of providing documents fast—transcripts especially. I will be discussing more of the academic documents you would be needing to process an abroad scholarship or admission, and I would not forget to state the ones you should have at hand before applying to all—to make your application easy. For the record, I have discussed: (1). Unofficial Transcripts and (2). Proof of Proficiency in English Language in the previous write-up, and on this one I would be discussing (3). Certified True Copy of Certificate and (4). Verification of Results.
3. Certification of Certificate/Certified True Copy of Certificate (CTCC): Your CCTC is the stamped and signed coloured copy of your certificate you are using to process the scholarship or admission you are seeking for, this stamping and signing is done by the Exams and Records of the school you got the qualification from so that the institution you are using the qualification at would be assured your certificate is not a forged document, and that the school indeed issued you the certificate and they approve of what you are trying to use it for and how you are trying to use it. Different schools with different ways of producing the CTCC; while some schools do this for free, some collect money ranging from #1,000 to #7,500. You just have to print your certificate in colours and submit it to your Exams and Records after applying for it to be certified. The submitted document would be stamped and signed by an authority of the Exams and Records, and that is how you have your CTCC. Now you can scan and upload it to any platform where you need it or send it by email or courier to them—depending on how they request you get it to them. Please remember that we can make this happen for you fast and without you having to stress on anything; just contact us on +2348139534187 or firstname.lastname@example.org so we can talk about this.
(4). Verification of Results: A lot of people get them confused with each other Verification of Results and Certification of Certificate but they are far different from each other. I believe the major reason for this confusion is because most alumni don’t know the difference between a transcript and a certificate until they need their transcripts and their Nigerian schools have to frustrate them so much that they forcefully learn what transcripts are and how they are processed differently from a certificate. Note that while transcripts are documents detailing your courses, units, grades, everything that happened to you and with you and your programme from your admission year to your graduation year, a certificate is a document summarizing the completion of your programme and the class of your final CGPA. This means unlike your certificate that is produced by your department/faculty informing your Senate that you qualify to graduate and the class of CGPA you qualify to graduate with, the production of your transcripts depends on every course you took during your programme, their units their titles, the grades you got on them, how many times you had to take them to pass. The production of your transcripts may also need to carry passport photograph, your date of birth, details on the leave of absence you took while in school, details on transfer from one department to another, details on when you were permitted to take more unit of courses more or lesser than the normal unit you should take in a given semester. Because of all these needed data is why transcripts production is never as fast as certificate production in Nigeria, as our schools aren’t that efficient with data keeping. All said means that transcripts production is far different from certificate production and more rigorous; some schools even go to the length of leaving certificate production and other relating documents to the Exams and Records while they create a Transcripts Department for the production of transcripts. By the explanation of the dichotomy between transcripts and certificates, it should be easier now to summarize the difference between Verification of Results and Certification of Certificate to the former having to do with transcripts and the latter having to do with certificates. Verification of Results happens when an institution your transcripts have been sent to (by your or your school) contacts your school to verify that: the transcripts were sent by them, the transcripts have not been tampered with in the process of sending, or anything the verification-requesting institution has done on the transcripts either to evaluate or interpret them have not faulted the true value of the qualification; this is why evaluating bodies like WES, IQAS, SAQAS, etc. often request for Verification of Results after they have evaluated your transcripts. Different schools with different processes of verifying results; some do it for free, some need you to make some payments and push some documents before it is done for you. You already know we can get this done for you and fast, just contact us on +2348139534187 or email@example.com now so we can talk about this.
I will be discussing more documents needed for abroad admission or scholarship next week. To not miss out on this write-up, you can subscribe to our newsletter on this website or contact us here so that the write-up would be delivered to your email the very minute we publish it. Have a productive week.
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