American Society for Architectural Engineering and Project Managers provides equivalency certificates to persons interested in admission at an architecture engineering and project management institute. Students and working adults who wish to enter the United States must obtain an equivalent certificate before applying to an architecture engineering and project management institute. ASAEPM offers students and adults working the equalization certification, to confirm their prior academic and work experience and to allow them to apply at the prospective architecture engineering and project management institute.
ASAEPM authenticates the academic documents issued by higher education institutions. American Society for Architectural Engineering and Project Managers guarantees that qualifications of individuals are consistent with higher academic standards.
An equalization Certificate distributed by ASAEPM is official evidence that the educational and professional qualifications obtained by individuals are based on academic standards administered by the Higher Education Commission and accepted by architecture engineering and project management organizations all over the world. With the ASAEPM certification itself, people can increase their probability of obtaining better jobs in the engineering sector or obtaining higher education to improve their academic credentials.
Students or working adults who are applying abroad or any other state apart from their home country must obtain an equalization certificate which authorizes their academic qualification and work credits in their homeland. ASAEPM assists students and working adults to apply for equalization certification that makes their education equivalent with the educational standards in the engineering sector
Students and working adults looking for career advancement may transfer an infinite number of credits to their diploma, degree or certificate requirements.
However, they will still be required to get minimum number of credits to fulfil the academic standards accepted by the Higher Education commission.