Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) works directly with schools and other organizations that request specific ECE® reports.
If you're a dentist, pharmacist, cosmetologist, or a prospective undergraduate student of NYU or Excelsior University, ECE can help.
Find your situation below and apply for the ECE® report requested.
Certain professions in the U.S. may require licensure by a state board before you can practice in the field. Licensing boards often have an educational requirement for licensure.
If you have studied outside the U.S. and are trying to be licensed, a foreign credential evaluation report may help you meet the educational requirements.
We currently provide reports for all those who are seeking licensure as a dentist or pharmacist, and we provide reports for some states for cosmetology and accounting. If you are seeking professional licensure, we recommend you contact your state board to confirm what type of report may be required.
Review the list below for your unique situation to find the report you need.
American Dental Association/Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations (ADA/JCNDE)
If applying for the National Board Dental Examination (NBDE) Part II, the NBDHE, the INBDE, or the ADAT, you may be required to have a foreign credits evaluation.
National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP)
If you are a foreign educated pharmacist and are applying to the FPGEC Certification Program, you need to request an ECE evaluation report. Find out how by visiting the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) page.
For Excelsior University students seeking international credits for admission into all undergraduate programs, except nursing, see the Excelsior University page.
For NYU Admitted Undergraduate Students from outside the United States, see the NYU page. If this does not apply to you, login here to order a report.
Centralized Application Service (CAS)
Applying to programs with a Centralized Application Service (CAS)? Check our CAS list to see if ECE is a provider. If you don't see your institution on that list, then apply through our regular process.