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The comparability information supplied by UK NARIC is designed to assist you when applying for jobs or courses in the UK. The Letter of Comparability or Career Path Report can be presented to employers or institutions as supporting information, together with your CV or application form, as confirmation of the recognition of your overseas qualifications in the UK. This will enable potential employers or admitting institutions to make informed decisions about the suitability of your qualification(s) for the job or course for which you are applying.

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Comparison – Your letter of comparison has been prepared and sent to your correspondence address.

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When you complete the online application form, you will be given a unique UK NARIC ID number, which you will need to include in all correspondence with UK NARIC (including on the copy of your final qualification).

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Mr Vladislav Jankovych
7 Marsden Street

19 June 2008

NARIC Reference Number: 1941794496 Vladislav Jankovych

Dear Mr Jankovych,

Thank you for your recent enquiry.

Further to this, I am now able to confirm the following:

Country of Qualification: Czech Republic
Title of Award: Magistr (Master’s Degree): Psychology
Awarding Institution: Palacky University in Olomouc
Year of Completion: 2006
Assessment: Is considered comparable to British Bachelor (Honours) degree standard
Additional Information: Holders of this award possess the formal requirements for postgraduate study (including PhD.) in the UK, at institutional discretion.

As we only require photocopies of qualifications and translations in order to provide assessment, it is not standard procedure for us to return these documents after we have completed our assessment. I have, however, noticed that you have submitted what appear to be original translations. If you would like us to return these documents, I therefore recommend that you forward a prepaid Special Delivery envelope so that we can return them safely to you. Please note that we are unable to hold documents indefinitely, and shall discard your documents if we have not heard from you within three months.

On behalf of:
Department for
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Registered in England at 30 St Giles, Oxford, OX1 3LE, 2405026
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National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom

In addition to your Letter of Comparability you may wish to receive a UK NARIC Certificate of Comparability. This provides you with your comparability statement in a certificate format which is often required by employers or other institutions. This Certificate is an entirely optional service. The cost of the Certificate is £23.50 (including all taxes) per qualification, payable by cheque or postal order to ECCTIS Ltd. Please contact the UK NARIC stating your reference number and the name of award should you require a NARIC Certificate.

The service provided by UK NARIC, although based on informed opinion, should be treated only as guidance.

I hope this is of assistance.

Yours sincerely

Rebecca Smith
Information Officer