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The Association of International Credential Evaluators - Setting the Standard for Credentials Evaluation

History

Members of AICE are dedicated to providing high-quality services in the evaluation of international educational credentials to individuals, schools, colleges, universities, professional licensing boards, government agencies, private and public enterprises and any other entities seeking such services. AICE members are expected to maintain high standards of professional conduct and accept and adhere to the following principles of good practice.

On December 28, 1973, the U.S. Government announced it was closing its foreign educational credential evaluation service, and the private sector was asked to step forward. It did not, however, nominate, designate or assign any specific group as its replacement.

Several U.S. international education individuals and organizations generously applied themselves in establishing guidelines for applied research and the evaluation of international educational credentials, while at the same time outlining the professional ethics and principles for the profession.

The educational credentials evaluation profession is a self-disciplined profession which, at best, abides by and complies with established guidelines and codes of ethics.

For more information on AICE and its recognition by the U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of State, please visit the respective Department’s websites

U.S. Department of Education   http://aice-eval.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/US-DOE-AICE.pdf

U.S. Department of State            https://www.state.gov/m/dghr/flo/219100.htm

For more information about guidelines on selecting a foreign credentials evaluation service, please visit the NAFSA: Association of International Educators website by clicking here.