In order to start the admission process, the applicant must submit an updated Curriculum Vitae to a representative of the admissions office. During the process, the institution will check that the applicant complies with the admission requirements to the respective program.
All the masters in our Business School require that the applicants have a degree equivalent to an American Bachelor’s Degree. Also, some programs require specific criteria of professional expertise.
To enroll in the course
Once the admission procedure is completed, and to start the enrolment process, the student must submit all the necessary documentation to prove that they actually comply with the admission requirements.
This documentation is more specific and is only required for the applicants who were admitted and will take part of the program. The documentation is as follows:
1) A copy of the first page of the passport or the national identification document. This document has to be notarized, that is to say, it has to have a certification from a notary office or a public organism certifying that the copy is identical to the original.
2) A copy of the Contract (Only the 4 pages from the “Enrollment Contract” in English and the 4 pages from the “Contrato de Matrícula” in Spanish. All signed by the student,
3) A copy of the student’s Curriculum Vitae in English and Spanish. (An official translation is not necessary).
4) A recent carnet-sized photography.
5) An evaluation of the applicant’s Academic Degree (Bachelor’s or Engineering) which is done by the AICE (Association of International Credential Evaluators) or the NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services, see reference list). The evaluation must determine that the Academic Degree is equivalent to an American Bachelor’s Degree. The School can handle this service at an additional cost. In order to do this, keep into account you will need the following documents:
- a) A notarized copy of the applicant’s Cumulative Record File. This is the student’s transcript.
- b) A notarized copy of the Academic Degree (Bach. or Eng. )
6) The students who decide to handle the evaluation by themselves, have to submit the following documents as well:
A notarized copy of the Cumulative Record File translated into English by a certified translator from the American Association of Translators (ATA).
A notarized copy of the Academic Degree (Bach. or Eng. ) translated into English by a certified translator from the American Association of Translators (ATA).
In case of having any doubts regarding the documents to submit, you can check the website for more information.
Evaluations which are not issued by AICE or NACES will not be accepted.
All these documents must be received at the Business School campus in Florida within the three months after the beginning of the program. The student who do not comply with this, will not receive their degree.
All the documents must be sent by postal mail to the following address: Maritza Pereira Westfield Business School 10570 NW 27th Street Suite H-102 Miami, Fl. 33172 Ph/Fax (+1) 305 – 456 0289.
Credential Evaluation Service
The School offers the possibility of handling the procedure for the students to have their credentials evaluated. This service includes the translation of the student’s Cumulative Record File and degree into English as well as the credential evaluation.
How to proceed for the credentials evaluation
In order to start the procedure, it is necessary for the student to send:
1) An authenticated copy of the degree in Spanish (Bach. or Eng).
2) An authenticated copy of the Cumulative Record File in Spanish (Transcript)
This service may have different costs based on the documents length. The students can check prices and terms of service with their tutors.