help with Education Points

Old Jan 16th 2010, 7:54 pm
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I have the following education

Currently studying a degree with the open university part-time (THIS IS NOT FINISHED YET)

Higher National Certificate in Administration and Information Management from Forth Valley College in Scotland (this is not a university) 1 year study full time

Completed 6 years of High School full time
Completed 7 years of Primary School full time

I am looking for help in finding out the answer....I HAVE been on the cic website and looked at the table, but its not the same education, it says nothing about certificates, just diplomas, I dont know if a diploma means something different, or if my Certificate isnt valid for education points. I really need help with this if anyone can ....

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Originally Posted by scottish_maple
I have the following education

Currently studying a degree with the open university part-time (THIS IS NOT FINISHED YET)

Higher National Certificate in Administration and Information Management from Forth Valley College in Scotland (this is not a university) 1 year study full time

Completed 6 years of High School full time
Completed 7 years of Primary School full time

I am looking for help in finding out the answer....I HAVE been on the cic website and looked at the table, but its not the same education, it says nothing about certificates, just diplomas, I dont know if a diploma means something different, or if my Certificate isnt valid for education points. I really need help with this if anyone can ....

Thanks

Carol
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Old Jan 16th 2010, 8:16 pm
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Originally Posted by scottish_maple
I have the following education

Currently studying a degree with the open university part-time (THIS IS NOT FINISHED YET)

Higher National Certificate in Administration and Information Management from Forth Valley College in Scotland (this is not a university) 1 year study full time

Completed 6 years of High School full time
Completed 7 years of Primary School full time

I am looking for help in finding out the answer....I HAVE been on the cic website and looked at the table, but its not the same education, it says nothing about certificates, just diplomas, I dont know if a diploma means something different, or if my Certificate isnt valid for education points. I really need help with this if anyone can ....

Thanks

Carol
1. CIC/CHC will only count 12 years of your primary/secondary education.
2. Your certificate will not count.
3. Your degree will only count when it is complete, at that point you will get 20 points for education. IMHO>
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Hi..thankyou,

But my certificate is a full time education, it is required in order for me to progress onto a diploma or degree level, it is a qualification on its on...wouldnt it at least count towards the number of years study.

And what happens to the full time education in 5th and 6th year of high school? Do they not count?
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Hi Carol
They will count if you took higher than GCSE qualifications....ie Highers, if they are still called that
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Hi..thankyou,

But my certificate is a full time education, it is required in order for me to progress onto a diploma or degree level, it is a qualification on its on...wouldnt it at least count towards the number of years study.

And what happens to the full time education in 5th and 6th year of high school? Do they not count?
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