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    Posted December 24, 2013 by
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    Saudi Council of Engineers Now Accepts Only Four Year Bachelor’s Degree Transcripts

     
    Saudi Council of Engineers has announced amendments in its policy, regarding registration of engineers. SCE now registers only engineers holding a 4-year transcript of the Engineering degree.

    Saudi Council of Engineers (SCE) has recently changed their policy. Now only Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with 4 year transcripts is accepted by SCE. According to the new policy, engineers need to have a 4 year transcript that contains academic record of 8 semesters. SCE from now onwards will consider only those engineers registered, if they hold a 4 year transcript of their engineering degree.

    Saudi Council of Engineers has amended its policy, in order to assist engineering students in gaining international standard of education from a reputed university. SCE will register only those engineers, who have a 4-year transcript showing completion of 8 semesters of their Bachelors degree.

    After getting registered by Saudi Council of Engineers, individuals are able to bring their families to GCC region, without any hassle. Engineers are also able to find best job opportunities in GCC region as well as apply for further education. SCE’s registration is highly valued and considered reliable by employers, institutions and board of education.

    Saudi Council of Engineers has changed its policy regarding registration of engineers, in order to enhance the standard, quality and acceptability of Engineering degree, all over the world. Only engineers having 8 semester Bachelor’s degree can register with Saudi Council of Engineers. Moreover, for engineers with 4 year transcript gather more points at the time of filing immigration. Due to SCE’s new policy, engineers, engineering students as well as potential engineering students, be able to get a bright future and they will be able to compete at international level.

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