Streamlined University Degree Revalidation in Paraguay

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What is it?

University Degree Revalidation in Paraguay is a formal process that allows international graduates to get their degrees recognized by Paraguayan educational authorities. This service ensures that your qualification meets local standards, enabling you to pursue professional opportunities or further education in Paraguay without any legal hindrances.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for international students who have completed their degrees abroad and seek to establish their careers or pursue further studies in Paraguay. It is especially beneficial for professionals in regulated fields such as medicine, law, and engineering, as well as for anyone needing their qualifications formally accepted by Paraguayan institutions.


  1. Step 1: Gather all necessary documents, including your degree certificate and academic transcripts.
  2. Step 2: Ensure documents are translated into Spanish by an accredited translator if they are in another language.
  3. Step 3: Contact the Paraguayan Ministry of Education to get your documents authenticated.
  4. Step 4: Submit your documents to the National Council of Universities (CNU)
  5. Step 5: Pay the required fees for the revalidation process.
  6. Step 6: Await confirmation and any possible additional requirements.
  7. Step 7: Receive your revalidation certificate once your degree is recognized.

Required documents

  • Original degree certificate
  • Academic transcripts
  • Identification proof (passport or ID card)
  • Translation of documents (if not in Spanish)
  • Ministry of Education authentication
  • Payment proof

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Ensure translations are done by an accredited translator.
  • Processing times may vary depending on the complexity of the case.
  • Some degrees may require additional exams or evaluations.


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