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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We often receive calls asking us the same or similar questions, so in this section we will try to answer your most frequently asked questions.

1. Is it possible to place an Apostille on a notarized copy of an education confirming document?

No, it is not. An Apostille can be placed on original documents confirming education and academic degrees only. Please note that a duplicate copy of an education confirming document equals to the original.

2. Does the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine places Apostilles on the Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Surname Change Certificate, and Statement of No Record of Convictions?

No, the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine places Apostilles on public documents related to the area of education and science. To apostilize documents issued by justice bodies and courts, as well as those made by Ukrainian notaries, you need to apply to the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine. All other documents are apostilized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.

3. Is the document confirming education required to be translated before submitted for apostilization?

No, it is not. You submit your documents written in Ukrainian. The Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine fills out the Apostille stamp/form in Ukrainian as well. You may later get the apostilized documents translated and the translation notarized. The Ministry of Justice of Ukraine is authorized to place the Apostille stamp on notarized translations of documents.

4. Do I need to specify the country for which I apply for the apostilization. Will this country be indicated in the Apostille stamp?

No, it will not. This information is required to clarify it for you whether or not you really need the Apostille certification for the country you are leaving for.

5. Which language is used to fill out the Apostille stamp?

The Apostille stamp is filled out in the official language of Ukraine, Ukrainian.

6. What is the validity term of an Apostille?

The Apostille stamp is valid until the document it certifies expires, if such an expiration date is indicated in this document.

7. Which education confirming documents are required to be submitted for apostilization, if I go to a specific country for study (work, permanent residence)?

The Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine places Apostilles on any documents issued in Ukraine and related to education and science. The list of documents that require apostilization may vary. It depends on the specific country and institution that is inviting you, as well as the purpose of your visit. You should contact the embassy of this country to find out the exact list of documents to be apostilized for your specific situation, or contact the educational institution where you plan to study or another institution that is inviting you.

8. Am I required to submit for apostilization my high school certificate and its supplement (diploma, qualification certificate etc)?

The graduation document and the supplement to it are two different documents. You may submit for apostilization your high school certificate (diploma, qualification certificate) alone or together with its supplement. The need for you to apostilize the supplement depends on the specific country and the purpose of your visit. You are advised to find out this information at the embassy of this country or contact the educational institution where you are going to study for this purpose. Please note that you will not be able to apostilize the supplement to a document without apostilizing the document itself.

9. I have already had the Apostille stamp from the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine on my diploma (high school or qualification certificate etc). Now I need to apostillize the supplement to it. Is it possible?

Yes, the supplement to an education confirming document is a separate document, and you may submit it separately. But you are advised to bring along the education confirming document to have it when submitting the supplement for apostilization. In some cases this may shorten the time to be taken to consider and process your documents.

10. The country I am going to is on the list of Hague Convention signatory countries, but Ukraine is in a bilateral agreement with this country abolishing the document legalization procedure and it does not require the Apostille certification. However, the educational institution (or another establishment) requires Ukrainian education confirming documents to bear the Apostille stamp. What should I do?

The Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports will not decline your Apostille application in this case, but leaves it for you to decide whether to apply for the Apostille certification or not. Ukraine is in agreements with former USSR countries and some other countries, which contain articles abolishing or simplifying the document legalization procedure. In the list of Convention signatory countries they are marked with the star sign (*). However, educational institutions or other establishments sometimes require from Ukrainian citizens apostilized documents, especially education confirming documents. You are advised to clarify whether or not you need to confirm with the Apostille your education confirming documents. You may be required to have an apostille-certified translation of this document. In this case, you will have to get the document translated and the translation notarized. Such a document has to be apostilized by the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine. Otherwise, if you are still required to have your document confirming education or academic degree apostilized, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine recommends that you apply to the Ukrainian embassy or consulate in the country your are going to, asking it for an explanation letter for the educational institution or another establishment in this country.

11. Who is entitled to submit documents for apostilization?

The applicant may be the holder of the document confirming education or another person representing his/her interests. The application form is required to be completed by the person submitting the documents on his/her own behalf. Documents are submitted and received against the passport of the person submitting documents.

12. I changed my surname after I had received the document confirming education which I want to apostilize. Which surname has to be indicated in the application?

In the line “Applicant,” you put your current surname as it is written in your passport. In the section with details of the document confirming education, you put the surname for which document was issued. No document confirming the surname change is required.

13. Who is entitled to collect the documents?
  • the applicant carrying his/her passport (or the person who submitted the documents);
  • another person whom the applicant indicated during the documents submission, who is also required to bring his/her passport;
  • any person bearing a notarized authorization from the applicant.
14. Do you legalize education confirming documents obtained in other countries?

If your education confirming documents obtained in another country are to be used in Ukraine, you need to submit such documents for nostrification, which is the procedure for recognition of foreign education confirming documents. Documents for nostrification are accepted by the nostrification division of SE Information and Image Center. For details please call +380 44 486 20 43, 486 25 43.

15. Are there any privileges for the Apostille certification?

Yes, there are. There is an array of privileged categories. These are Group 1 and Group 2 disabled persons, WWII invalids, citizens who belong to Category 1 of Chornobyl catastrophe victims, and orphaned children under 18 years of age. If Apostilles are stamped on any documents directly relating to such citizens, they will not be required to pay the state duty, as well as document processing fee. Documents may be submitted by their holder or another person representing his/her interests (the applicant). The applicant is required to present the document holder’s original identification document that entitles the document holder to privileges, a copy of this identification document, and the applicant’s passport.

16. Is it possible to obtain an Apostille without coming to your office? If so, how can this be done?

Yes, it is possible. For this purpose, you will have to register a Personal Cabinet on our website. After entering the Personal cabinet, you will be able to complete an application for either personal or remote submission of the documents, and to receive consultations from our operator, if needed. At the time the application is completed and all questions are settled with our operator, you pay for the application and send the documents by courier mail. Once the documents are ready, we will return them to the address indicated in your application by the same courier mail. The Personal Cabinet allows you to:

  • make payments by a bank card and print your payment documents;
  • check the processing status of your documents;
  • send and receive messages to/from operators of the Information and Image Center;
  • be notified of the readiness of your documents by e-mail or SMS messages.
17. What is the procedure for centralized submission of documents for foreign graduates of institutions of higher learning?

Representatives of an institution of higher learning have to prepare a letter from this institution and have their passports on them. For medical educational establishments, the IHL letter is additionally required to have an endorsement of Yurii Ivanovych Fisun, the Director of the Center of International Programs of the Ministry of Health (at 9 Dorohozhytska St, Shupyk National Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education). For other educational establishments, it is necessary to obtain an endorsement of the director of the International Cooperation Division of the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports (at 10 Peremohy St, Kyiv). International students may also submit documents personally, provided that they present an IHL letter, passport, original documents for the Apostille certification along with 2 copies of these documents.

1. What needs to be done to submit documents for apostilization?

You need to decide which documents need to be apostilized and make two photocopies of each document. Then, put the original documents and their photocopies into a transparent file, register a Personal Cabinet where you can complete an application and schedule your visit. There is no need in this case to print the application. You may also come to our office without prior registration in office hours and complete your application here through the electronic kiosks. If you experience any difficulty, our operator will help you. However, in this case you will not be able to take advantage of all the options and advantages of the Personal Cabinet.

2. Am I required to notarize or otherwise certify the document copies submitted together with their originals?

There is no need to certify the two copies of documents. The photocopies of the originals are needed for further work with your documents.

3. Who is entitled to submit documents for apostilization?

The applicant can be the holder of the document or another person. The application form is required to be completed by the person submitting the documents on his/her own behalf. Documents are submitted and collected against the passport of the person submitting the documents.

4. Is the document confirming education required to be translated before submitted for apostilization?

No, it is not. You submit your documents written in Ukrainian. The Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine fills out the Apostille stamp/form in Ukrainian as well. You may later get the apostilized documents translated and the translations notarized. The Ministry of Justice of Ukraine is authorized to place the Apostille stamp on notarized translations of documents.

5. Who is entitled to collect the documents?
  • the applicant carrying his/her passport (or the person who submitted the documents);
  • another person whom the applicant indicated at the moment of documents submission, who is also required to have his/her passport on him/her;
  • any person bearing a notarized authorization from the applicant.
6. Do I need to have on me the passport of the person who is submitting the document, if I am a proxy of this person?

If you are indicated in the application as a proxy authorized to collect the documents, you are required to carry your own passport and the tear-off tag with the mark “paid.”

If you are not indicated in the application as a proxy, you need to bring a notarized power of attorney from the applicant, passport, and tear-off tag with the mark “paid.”

1. What needs to be done to submit documents remotely, without a personal visit?

We have made it possible for those of you who are in Ukraine or abroad to submit your documents remotely, excluding the need for you to come to Kyiv. To take advantage of this opportunity, register a Personal Cabinet and select the “remote document submission” service. You will need to fill out the application form and attach scanned copies or legible photos of your documents. Apart from the Apostille certification, you may also add to your order requests for additional services such as issue of statements, preparation of a document package for the WES or another qualification recognition organization. After your order is sent, our operator will give you an estimated time of completion of your documents’ processing and the total cost of the services provided. If you accept our offer, you should add to the application form the express mail information and confirm your order. After our specialist checks the completed application form for correctness, you will be given the possibility to pay for the order or print out the payment document, as well as to print your application out. After you pay for your order, prepare the document package for sending, including in it the original documents for apostilization, a document confirming your payment, and the completed application form bearing your signature. Send the package by a courier service of your choice to our office. For details of the remote documents submission procedure, please read the section Documents by mail.

2. I do not see in your list a courier service I trust to send my documents to you. What should I do?

We work with a number of trusted courier services which we recommend to our clients. If you have a pressing need to send your documents with another courier service, select “other” in the list of courier services and specify the name of the service of your choice. Our specialists will check if this service is active in Ukraine and provides the “door-to-door delivery” service. Please note that choosing another courier service may result in a delayed delivery of your documents.

3. Who pays for the express mail service?

The cost of express mail services is not included in the cost of our services. The applicant pays for the delivery of his/her documents within Ukraine at the time of his/her receipt of the document package. For applicants abroad, the most preferable option is payment for the delivery by this applicant personally. For this propose, the applicant staying abroad needs to indicate his/her customer number registered with the chosen courier service when preparing his/her order. But since there are cases when it is impossible for the applicant to pay for the delivery, we provide an option of including the cost of delivery in the total cost of our services. This option, however, requires more time as our operator will have to contact the specified courier service to find out the delivery cost of your package.

4. If I am still to make up my mind as regards my order and I need a consultation, how can I get it?

First, we recommend our navigator "What to begin with?” It is intended to help those who are still indecisive as to which documents need to be prepared and how to do this. Another option for you is to register a Personal Cabinet through which you will be able to get a preliminary consultation or ask a question to our operator at any application preparation stage. You may also contact us at +380 44 484 64 45; + 380 44 484 64 95.

5. How can I pay for my order remotely?

If you submit your documents remotely, fill out your application for remote submission in the Personal Cabinet. For users with Personal Cabinets we offer two options for paying for the remote submission service. First, you may print the payment documents (a service bill for Ukraine or invoice for other countries). You use these documents to make payments through banking institutions in any country. Second, you may pay by a bank card via electronic payment systems on the Internet.

1. I need a statement from the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine for an embassy (educational institution). How can I get it?

You can place an order with us for several types of statements from the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine for embassies or educational institutions abroad. These are:

  • statement “On the Knowledge Assessment System in Ukraine”;
  • statement “On the License and Accreditation Level of the Institution of Higher Learning”;
  • statement “On Confirming the Fact of Completed Education and the Right to Pursue the Next Qualification and Educational Level or Engage in Professional Activities.”

To obtain these statements, you must first decide which document you need. You will also need to bring a copy of your diploma or high school certificate with the supplement to them. You may order these statements through the Personal Cabinet or during your personal visit to our office. For details please read the section Additional Services. Other Documents.

2. I am preparing documents for legalization at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine. To legalize my education confirming documents, I need a statement. Who am I to apply to?

In this case you may need a statement confirming the fact of issue of your education confirming documents. You may obtain this statement from your educational institution. But if you are unable to apply to it, we can help you. Our Center can obtain this statement for you after verifying the fact of your study from the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine. For details please read the section “Additional services. Other documents.”

3. Does the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine place Apostilles on the statements it issues?

The Apostille certifies the signature of the person who signed the document and authenticity of the stamp affixed to it. Statements issued by the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine do not need a special Apostille stamp since they are already certified with the signature of the department director and original seal of the Ministry.

4. How can I convert my marks into credits for an educational institution abroad?

To convert your marks into credits (ECTS), you need to apply to the dean’s office of your educational institution. The staff of the dean’s office should give you detailed information about this.

REGULATORY DOCUMENTS

1. Law of Ukraine "On Education"

 

 

2. Law of Ukraine "On Higher Education"

 

 

3. Law of Ukraine "On Vocational Education"

 

 

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Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents (the Hague Convention), 1961

5. Cabinet of Ministers Resolution No 61 "On Granting Authorization for Placing the Apostille Envisaged in the Convention and Abolishing the Requirement for Legalization of Foreign Public Documents", dated January 18, 2003

6. Order No 237/803/151/5 of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Education and Science, Ministry of Justice of Ukraine "On Approving Apostille Issuing Rules for Official Documents, Designated for Use Abroad" dated December 05, 2003

7. CMU Resolution No 924 "Issues Related to the National Information Center of Academic Mobility", dated August 31, 2011

8. Order No 428 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine "On Measures to Be Taken to Prepare Documents for the Apostille Certification," dated May 20, 2009

9. Order No 220 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine "On Approving the Procedure for Issuing Apostilles by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine for Official Documents Issued by Educational Establishments, State Bodies, Enterprises, Institutions, and Organizations and Related to Education and Science", dated March 10, 2009

10. CMU Resolution No 193 "On Higher Education Documents (Academic Degrees) of State Standard" dated March 31, 2015

11. Order No 525 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine "On Approving Higher Education (Academic Degree) Documents of State Standard and Supplements thereto, Academic Transcript Standard", dated May 12, 2015

12. Order No 701 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine "On Introduction of Amendments to the Order No 525 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, dated May 12, 2015", dated June 22, 2016

13. Order No 34 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine "On Advanced Training Documents", dated January 19, 2016

14. Order No 249 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine "On Approving Access Granting Order of Private Persons and Legal Entities to the Higher Education Document Register, Order of the Information Generation, which is Reproduced in the Higher Education Documents, and Accounting of Higher Education Documents in the United State Electronic Database on Education Issues", dated March 06, 2015

15. Order No 1280 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine "On Introduction of Amendments to the Information Generation Order, which is Reproduced in the Higher Education Documents and Accounting of Higher Education Documents in the United State Electronic Database on Education Issues", dated October 25, 2016

16. CMU Resolution No 1260 "On Education Documents and Academic Degrees", dated November 12, 1997 (expired September 22, 2015)

17. CMU Resolution No 645 "On Complete General and Vocational Education Documents of State Standard and Supplements thereto", dated July 22, 2015

18. Order No 387 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine "On Approving of Order, Issue and Accounting of State Standard Vocational Education Documents", dated April 02, 2015

 

 

 

ABOUT THE APOSTILLE

What is the Apostille?

The Apostille is a legal regime of recognition of the legal validity of documents to be used abroad. The Apostille came as an alternative and universal certification procedure for documents, issued in one country, but beyond its borders. In contrast to the consular legalization, the Apostille certification requires less time and an apostilized document may be used in more than one country.

If you are going to another country for study, work, or permanent residence, you may need to take with you the documents certifying the education that you have obtained in Ukraine. To make your documents valid abroad, they are required to undergo the procedure of consular legalization or apostilization, unless our countries are in an agreement abolishing or simplifying the document legalization procedure. For details see the section List of Countries recognizing the Apostille certification.


Which bodies in Ukraine are authorized to issue Apostilles?

In Ukraine, the bodies authorized to issue Apostilles are the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Ministry of Justice, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine is authorized to affix an Apostille to public documents related to the areas of science and education.

The Ministry of Justice of Ukraine issues Apostilles for documents issued by justice bodies and courts, as well as documents prepared by Ukrainian notaries.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine issues Apostilles for all other documents.


What does the Apostille certify?

The Apostille certifies the authenticity of the signature of the person who singed the document, as well as the authenticity of the seal and stamp complimenting the signature.


What does an apostilized document look like?

The Apostille is a stamp measuring at least 10х10 cm, affixed either to the document or a separate special page bound to the document. The Apostille affixed to education confirming documents by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine looks as follows:


For which documents the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine issues Apostilles?

The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine affixes Apostilles to documents confirming education and academic degrees awarded by educational establishments, government bodies, enterprises, institutions, and organizations. Such documents are high school certificates, diplomas and appendices to them, academic statements and curricula, professional advancement program completion certificates and statements, academic degree diplomas and certificates and the like. For details see the List approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

Please note that such documents are required to meet the state specimens valid in Ukraine at the time of document issue.

Apostilles can be issued for original education confirming documents only. Copies will not be accepted for apostilization.

In addition, a document will not be accepted for processing if:

  • this document is intended for use in a country that has not joined the Hague Convention or is a Convention member which voted against Ukraine’s accession to the Convention in accordance with Article 12 of the Convention;
  • the text of the document is illegible due to document mutilation;
  • the document is written or signed in pencil or is a fax copy;
  • the document contains unspecified corrections or text additions;
  • the apostilization of the given document is not within the powers of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine;
  • the document, specifically the archive statement, curriculum, academic statement does not have the signature of the principal or vice principal of the educational establishment and not certified with the official seal;
  • the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine has failed to obtain the specimens of the corresponding signatures, seals and/or stamps to be able to confirm the fact of issue of the education confirming document;
  • the signature in the document differs from the specified position, surname, given name and patronymic of the head of the educational establishment or institution.

LIST OF COUNTRIES

For which countries the Apostille is good?

The Apostille is affixed to Ukrainian documents intended to be used in any country that signed the Convention Abolishing the Requirement for Legalization for Foreign Public Documents (the Hague Convention). See the list of signatory countries below.


For which counties the Apostille certification is not applicable?

1. If you are preparing documents for a country that is not a member of the Hague Convention and it is not on the list of signatory countries, you need to submit your documents for consular legalization. For this purpose, apply to the Apostille and Document Issue Arrangement Division of the Consular Service Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine at 2 Velyka Zhytomyrska St, Kyiv, 01018, tel.: +380 44 238 16 69.

2. If you are preparing documents for a country that is a member of the Hague Convention but our countries have signed an agreement abolishing or simplifying the document legalization procedure, you do not need apostilization. If an institution in this foreign country still insists on your documents to be apostilized, the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine will not deny your Apostille application if you file it. Such countries include most former USSR countries and some other countries. In the list of signatory countries, such countries are marked with the star character (*). Your Ukrainian documents should be accepted in these countries without the Apostille certification or you may be asked to present the documents with notarized translations and the Apostille stamp affixed by the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine. Please clarify this question with the foreign institution for which you are preparing the document package.


List of countries that have signed the Convention Abolishing the Requirement for Legalization for Foreign Public Documents 1961 (Apostille)

  1. Albania
  2. Andorra
  3. Antigua and Barbuda
  4. Argentina
  5. Armenia*
  6. Australia
  7. Austria
  8. Azerbaijan*
  9. Bahamas
  10. Bahrain
  11. Barbados
  12. Belarus*
  13. Belgium
  14. Belize
  15. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  16. Botswana
  17. Brazil (from 14.08.2016)
  18. Brunei Darussalam
  19. Bulgaria*
  20. Burundi
  21. Cape Verde
  22. Chile (from 30.08.2016)
  23. China, People's Republic of (Hong Kong and Macao only)
  24. Colombia
  25. Cook Islands
  26. Costa Rica
  27. Croatia
  28. Cyprus
  29. Czech Republic*
  30. Denmark (does not apply for Greenland and the Faro Islands)
  31. Dominica
  32. Dominican Republic
  33. Ecuador
  34. El Salvador
  35. Estonia*
  36. Fiji
  37. Finland
  38. France
  39. Georgia* (does not apply for Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia and the former Autonomous District of South Ossetia)
  40. Germany
  41. Greece
  42. Grenada
  43. Honduras
  44. Hungary*
  45. Iceland
  46. India
  47. Ireland
  48. Israel
  49. Italy
  50. Japan
  51. Kazakhstan*
  52. Korea, Republic of
  53. Kosovo (from 14.07.2016)**
  54. Kyrgyzstan*
  55. Latvia*
  56. Lesotho
  57. Liberia
  58. Liechtenstein
  59. Lithuania*
  60. Luxembourg
  61. Malawi
  62. Malta
  63. Marshall Islands
  64. Mauritius
  65. Mexico
  66. Monaco
  67. Mongolia*
  68. Montenegro
  69. Morocco (from 14.08.2016)
  70. Namibia
  71. Netherlands
  72. New Zealand (does not apply to Tokelau)
  73. Nicaragua
  74. Niue
  75. Norway
  76. Oman
  77. Panama
  78. Paraguay
  79. Peru
  80. Poland*
  81. Portugal
  82. Republic of Moldova*
  83. Romania*
  84. Russian Federation*
  85. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  86. Saint Lucia
  87. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  88. Samoa
  89. San Marino
  90. Sao Tome and Principe
  91. Serbia*
  92. Seychelles
  93. Slovakia
  94. Slovenia
  95. South Africa
  96. Spain
  97. Suriname
  98. Swaziland
  99. Sweden
  100. Switzerland
  101. Tajikistan*
  102. The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia*
  103. Tonga
  104. Trinidad and Tobago
  105. Turkey
  106. Ukraine (does not apply for Autonomous Republic of Crimea, and certain districts of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine)
  107. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (does not apply for countries, which haven’t signed Convention, after getting independence)
  108. United States of America 
  109. Uruguay
  110. Uzbekistan*
  111. Vanuatu
  112. Venezuela

* Countries with which Ukraine is in legal assistance agreements abrogating the requirement for legalization of public confirming documents.

** Ukraine expressed objections to Kosovo's accession to the Hague Convention of 1961, that is why does not apply in relations between Ukraine and Kosovo, the Apostille on documents for usage in Kosovo is not affixed. 

ТИПОВI ЗАПИТАННЯ 6

ТИПОВI ЗАПИТАННЯ

Нам часто телефонують із схожими запитаннями, тому в цьому розділі ми спробуємо відповісти на ті, що найчастіше повторюються.

Якщо Вам потрібен не апостиль

  • 1. Мені потрібна довідка від Міністерства освіти і науки, молоді та спорту України для посольства (навчального закладу). Як я можу її отримати?

    У нас Ви можете замовити декілька видів довідок від Міністерства освіти і науки, молоді та спорту України для посольства чи навчального закладу за кордоном:
    • Довідка «Про систему оцінювання в Україні»;
    • Довідка «Про підтвердження факту навчання та право отримання наступного кваліфікаційно-освітнього рівня чи здійснення професійної діяльності»;
    • Довідка «Про наявність ліцензії та рівень акредитації вищих навчальних закладів».
    Для їх отримання Вам необхідно визначитися, який саме документ Вам потрібен. Знадобиться копія диплома або атестата з додатком до них. Замовити їх можна через Персональний кабінет або під час особистого візиту на прийом. Детальніше читайте в розділі «Додаткові послуги. Інші документи».
  • 2. Я готую документи для легалізації в МЗС України. Для легалізації документів про освіту мені потрібна довідка. До кого мені звернутися?

    В такому разі Вам може знадобитися довідка, що підтверджує факт видачі документів про освіту. Таку довідку Вам може видати Ваш навчальний заклад. Але якщо Ви не маєте можливості звернутися туди, ми зможемо Вам допомогти. Таку довідку від Міністерства освіти і науки, молоді та спорту України після перевірки факту Вашого навчання може отримати для Вас наш Центр. Детальніше читайте в розділі «Додаткові послуги. Інші документи».
  • 3. Міністерство освіти і науки, молоді та спорту України ставить апостиль на довідках, які видає?

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