International Diploma Recognition
According to Resolution No. 3 of June 22, 2016, the Recognition of Diplomas will be applied to the processing of processes of foreign undergraduate courses, while the Recognition of foreign diplomas will apply to diplomas of stricto sensu graduate courses (master’s and doctorate) , issued by foreign universities. Veni Univerty does not offer undergraduate courses, only stricto sensu graduate courses (master’s and doctorate).
Veni University offers support to students who wish to recognize their titles, providing documents certified according to the Hague Convention and indicating providers of specialized advisory services, in Brazil, for this purpose.
The Convention on the Suppression of the Requirement for the Legalization of Foreign Public Acts, popularly known as apostille of the Hague Convention, is an agreement established by the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH). The convention determines the modalities in which a document issued or authenticated by public authorities can be certified so that it obtains legal value in the other signatory states. Such certification is called “apostille” (in French apostille). Its objective is to facilitate commercial and legal transactions, as it consolidates in a single certificate all the information necessary to validate a public document in another signatory country. As of October 24, 2019, 118 countries were contracting parties to the convention
The Convention on the Suppression of the Requirement for the Legalization of Foreign Public Acts was signed on October 5, 1961 in the city of The Hague, The Netherlands, and entered into force on January 24, 1965. The apostille is only valid between the signatory countries of the convention. Thus, if the country where the document needs to be used does not participate in the Convention, consular legalization will be required.