Bolivian University Degree Revalidation Service for Foreigners

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What is it?

The University Degree Revalidation Service in Bolivia is designed to authenticate and recognize foreign academic degrees, ensuring they meet the Bolivian education system’s standards. This is crucial for professionals seeking employment or further studies in Bolivia. The process involves verifying the credentials and comparing them with local education requirements.

Who needs it?

The ideal customer for this service includes foreign professionals who have completed their academic degrees outside Bolivia and wish to work or continue their education within the country. This service is especially beneficial for individuals from regions like Venezuela, Peru, and Chile, who are looking to legitimize their qualifications in Bolivia’s competitive job market.


  1. Gather all required original documents from your home country.
  2. Translate the documents to Spanish if they are in another language.
  3. Submit the documents to the Ministry of Education in Bolivia.
  4. Pay the necessary fees for the revalidation process.
  5. Wait for the verification and approval process from the Ministry.
  6. Receive your revalidated university degree.

Required documents

  • Original university degree certificates
  • Academic transcripts
  • Identity card or passport
  • Proof of payment for revalidation fees
  • Language translation (if required, must be done by a certified translator)
  • Verification letter from the issuing institution (obtain this directly from your university)

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • The revalidation process can take several weeks, so plan accordingly.
  • Ensure all documents are properly notarized and authenticated before submission.
  • Check with the Ministry of Education for the most up-to-date fee structure.


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