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International Transcript Evaluation

All foreign transcripts must be accompanied by a professionally verified evaluation. It is the student’s responsibility to procure this evaluation and to assume financial responsibility for it.

The Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business will only accept evaluations from the following agencies of proven reliability. Evaluations must have been completed within the last two calendar years at the date of application submission.

You will send your foreign transcripts directly to one of the preferred vendors below. Once the evaluation is complete, the evaluation company will send the evaluation directly to us. 

Please note that evaluations from other companies will not be accepted.

SpanTran
2400 Augusta Drive, Suite 451
Houston, TX 77057
phone: 713.266.8805
Evaluation Type Required: Course Analysis with Verification (U.S. equivalency)

Transcript Research
9540 Garland Road, Ste. 381
Box 383
Dallas, TX 75218
email: info@transcriptresearch.com
phone: 214.810.1124
Evaluation Type Required: Course-by-Course Evaluation (U.S. equivalency)

World Education Services
64 Beaver St, #146
New York, NY 10004
email: info@wes.org 
phone: 212.966.6311
Evaluation Type Required: WES ICAP Course-by-Course Evaluation (International Credential Advantage Package) with U.S. Equivalency Summary

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