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APPENDIX 3: List of Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) Designated Organizations

APPENDIX 3 List of Educational Credential Assessment Designated Organizations
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An Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) is used to verify that your foreign degree, diploma, or certificate (or other proof of your credential) is valid and equal to a Canadian one. There are different types of ECAs. You need to get an ECA when applying under many of the available immigration programs.

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Assessment for specialist and family physicians

You must get your report from the “Medical Council of Canada” (➨immilib.com/ECA-MCC) if your primary occupation is:

  • specialist physician (NOC 31100 and NOC 31101)
  • general practitioner/family physician (NOC 31102)
If you have a different primary occupation, another designated organization can do your assessment.

Assessment for pharmacists

You must get your report from the “Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada” (➨immilib.com/ECA-PEBC) if your primary occupation is:

  • Pharmacist (NOC 31120)
If you have a different primary occupation, another designated organization can do your assessment.

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