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12-07-2015, 12:02   #1951
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Hey guys there's a group on Facebook to make friends, talk to other people etc, just type in Sabis 2015 .
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14-07-2015, 19:17   #1952
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Hi, anyone heading out to khalifa city in abu dhabi with sabis?
I am!!!
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15-07-2015, 17:19   #1953
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For anyone who received their translated degree from NUI in English, must this be also attested by NUI or your university? As I forwarded ahead the translated degree to the DFAT.
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15-07-2015, 17:26   #1954
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For anyone who received their translated degree from NUI in English, must this be also attested by NUI or your university? As I forwarded ahead the translated degree to the DFAT.
As far as I am aware yes...unless the college have put an official stamp on it similar to the one on the original degree.
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15-07-2015, 17:26   #1955
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When you received your translated Degree did it not have your university stamp on it anyway? I never sent the translated degree back to NUIM - i just went ahead to DFAT and the UAE embassy and there was no issue when SABIS received my documents so you'll be grand.
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15-07-2015, 17:30   #1956
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When you received your translated Degree did it not have your university stamp on it anyway? I never sent the translated degree back to NUIM - i just went ahead to DFAT and the UAE embassy and there was no issue when SABIS received my documents so you'll be grand.
Hey @Clodagh91 Yes it had the stamp on it. You'd get lost in the bureaucracy Thanks for the clarification.
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As far as I am aware yes...unless the college have put an official stamp on it similar to the one on the original degree.
The stamp on the translated degree from NUI corresponds with the stamp on the original degree.
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21-07-2015, 11:46   #1958
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Hi I am heading over to the UAE to teach in August. I have to get my degree attested and it might seem like a silly question, but is this the supplement that is about 4 pages long and not the transcript of results?
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22-07-2015, 08:48   #1959
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Hi I am heading over to the UAE to teach in August. I have to get my degree attested and it might seem like a silly question, but is this the supplement that is about 4 pages long and not the transcript of results?
I just sent my actual degree certificate and it was taken fine!

As for the language thing, my UCD cert is in latin and it costs €50 to get a cert in English from NUI but UCD issues every student an "Academic Statement" on the SISweb which basically stated what the cert was and my grade, and they took that too!
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22-07-2015, 08:50   #1960
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Hi I am heading over to the UAE to teach in August. I have to get my degree attested and it might seem like a silly question, but is this the supplement that is about 4 pages long and not the transcript of results?
I just sent my actual degree certificate and it was taken fine!

As for the language thing, my UCD cert is in latin and it costs €50 to get a cert in English from NUI but UCD issues every student an "Academic Statement" on the SISweb which basically stated what the cert was and my grade, and they took that instead too!
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22-07-2015, 21:49   #1961
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Might be a silly question but what kind of clothes are we to wear whilst were teaching?
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