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Applicants who have attended schools outside of the United States must submit an evaluation of academic records. Transcripts must be reviewed by an outside evaluation agency. You may choose only one of the following outside evaluation agencies for credential evaluation: WES or ECE. No other evaluations will be accepted. Please request a course-by-course evaluation including a grade point average (GPA) and have an official copy sent directly to the Eberhardt MBA Program Office unless you are using the WES iCAP service. Your transcripts will need to be translated into English before an evaluation can be processed, please check with the evaluation service of your choice for further details.
Transcripts that are not in English must be accompanied by an official English translation. Many schools will be able to accommodate your request to have your transcripts issued in English. If your school is unable to issue official transcripts in English, you have a few options:
To be considered "official" your transcripts must remain sealed as they were by the issuing university. If your university does not seal their transcripts as a standard procedure, please request that they place your transcripts in a sealed university envelope and stamp the outside flap with their school seal. Forward these documents directly to the Eberhardt MBA Program Office as-is; please do not open the envelope as this will void the transcripts.
If you have not completed your bachelor's degree (or master's degree if applicable) at the time you apply to University of the Pacific, please request transcripts from your university showing the work you have completed to date. These are called IN PROGRESS transcripts and will be marked as No Degree Indicated. These documents are acceptable for admissions evaluating purposes and an admissions decision will be rendered.
Once you complete your degree, you will need to submit official transcripts showing that the degree has been granted/conferred/completed in the manner described above.