CoHE Delivers Good News for Engineering Students

October 7, 2018

 

The Council of Higher Education (CoHE) has decided that e-signed graduation certificates would be considered as original copies and could be substituted for original signed documents during applications to chambers of engineers.

 

The Council decided that e-signed graduation certificates, which were not accepted by some chambers of engineers, would be considered as original copies and could be substituted for original signed documents.

 

Those who graduated from the faculties of engineering informed CoHE of the doubts of some chambers of engineering regarding the validity of e-signed graduation certificates and CoHE looked into the issue.

 

This issue was discussed at the CoHE General Assembly on October 4, 2018, and it was decided that e-signed graduation certificates submitted by the graduates of engineering faculties should be accepted by the chambers of engineering. CoHE conveyed the decision to chambers of engineers.

 

CoHE officials emphasized that e-signed graduation certificates issued to students were prepared within the framework of digitization policy. According to the decision, these certificates shall be substituted for original signed documents.