FCE requires applicants who have completed education in China to have their official academic records verified by the China Higher Education Student Information and Career Center (CHESICC) or the China Academic Degree and Graduate Information Center (CDGDC). You may submit either CHESICC or CDGDC reports, whichever you choose. Information on what to submit from each organization is below.
CHESICC
If you have completed postsecondary or university study please make arrangements to have the following issued through CHESICC and sent directly to carolyn_christie@fceatlanta.com in English.
  • Postsecondary Students (not graduated)
    • Online Verification Report of Student Record
    • Verification Report of China Higher Education Student’s Academic Transcript
  • Postsecondary Graduates
    • Verification Report of China Higher Education Qualification Certificate (Paper or Online)
    • Verification Report of China Higher Education Student’s Academic Transcript

CDGDC

If you have completed a degree program, please make arrangements to have the following verified by CDGDC and sent in English directly to the FCE office by post or courier service at:
Foreign Credential Evaluations, Inc.
1425 Market Boulevard, Suite 530
PMB #305
Roswell, GA 30076

 

You may also send results by email to carolyn_christie@fceatlanta.com in English.
  • Degree Certificates and Graduation Diplomas for completed programs
    • Please request that CDGDC send copies of your verification reports in English directly to FCE.
      • You may send a copy of your verification reports to us at carolyn_christie@fceatlanta.com, or you may request a copy be sent to our postal address listed above.
IMPORTANT: In addition to the English-language verification reports, please submit official transcripts, Graduation Diplomas and Degree Certificates (Bachelor’s, Master’s, etc.) in both Chinese and in English. These documents may be sent to us by post or brought in-person to our office on Roswell Road. Please submit an official English translation for all documents issued in Chinese; notarized translations are not acceptable.