Posted on Thu 7th July 2016 10.40AM Notarial
Parts of the middle east remain an attractive destination for those seeking to work abroad. One of these is Qatar. Unfortunately, concerns over fake qualifications has resulted in Qatar tightening its requirements for anyone hoping to work there. Any qualification now needs to go through a rigorous process, as follows.
To demonstrate a qualification, you will now need the following:
- The supporting transcript
- A cover letter from the
issuing educational provider confirming ALL the points
- The qualification /
- The mode of study and the
type of study: whether full-time/part-time or distance learning
(E-Learning)/proximate learning (face to face learning)
- The place of study and the
place where the examination was held
- The awarded title of the
issued diploma, i.e. Degree (BA or Bsc), Masters or Doctorate program
- The duration of the course
- The actual dates of study
(start date and the end date)
This will all take time, as an application will have to be made to the university or college concerned. There will almost certainly be a fee payable.
You should approach a notary as soon as possible so that these requirements can be met. These documents will need legalisation at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and at the Qatari Consulate.