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Hi All! Hope all is well during this period.

I've been trying to get in touch with NZQA to check if I'd need to get my qualification assessed. But the online contact form on NZQA's website is not working and i got directed to a dead link each time i tried sending.

Does anyone have an email address that i can contact? :/ Thanks heaps in advance for that!

I remember coming across something like if your qualifications are awarded by institutions from this list of countries, there is no need for any IQA. However, i can't seem to find that list now.

Looking forward to hearing from you all!

Thanks!
CS

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You shouldn't need to contact them. This info whether or not you need assessment is all on the INZ website or via the Operations manual.
In a nut shell you need to find the exemption list for the country where your qualification / 's were awarded - search qualifications exempt from assessment.
Then from that list your University and the qualification must be listed exactly and there may be a date range that your award has to fall in to also. If there is no exact match then you must have assessment. If it does match then your qualification is exempt and you can claim the points associated.

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You shouldn't need to contact them. This info whether or not you need assessment is all on the INZ website or via the Operations manual.
In a nut shell you need to find the exemption list for the country where your qualification / 's were awarded - search qualifications exempt from assessment.
Then from that list your University and the qualification must be listed exactly and there may be a date range that your award has to fall in to also. If there is no exact match then you must have assessment. If it does match then your qualification is exempt and you can claim the points associated.
Ah i see, thanks for the reply and detailed information, mate.

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