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Hi amar_gahir,

I can download it my university website as well.But the problem is the syllabus of my degree has changed.There are some courses that are added in new syllabus.And my details marksheet has name for each subject and they provide it semester wise. Thats why I am afraid they would not accept my syllabus.I have completed graduation on B.Sc. in computer science and engineering.

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They did not ask for Syllabus for my Masters ( MSc in computer science). But for Bachelor they asked as my mine was Physics/chemistry/maths

In your case, i dont think you need to provide syllabus as you have subjects details. But even if they ask you can get it from your university's library. They keep old years syllabus also. I got from my library only. They provided me xerox of old syllabus and that too 12 yrs old syllabus.

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Do we need to send original documents for assessment?
Will provisional certificate be enough ?
Do we need to send originals of 10th and 12th standard too?
What if they get lost by mistake?

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Do we need to send original documents for assessment?
Will provisional certificate be enough ?
Do we need to send originals of 10th and 12th standard too?
What if they get lost by mistake?
Have a look at the nzqa website www.nzqa.govt.nz and click the link for international qualification assessment IQA which will tell you exactly what documents are expected and which ones need to be original and which ones can be certified copies.

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Hello All,

I have question related to IQA for my wife.She did M.A.English but she did not do any job. I want to claim points for her qualification but do not know how I would fill up IQA application for her related to work experience part?

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