Applicants can use their single set of stored credentials profile to automatically populate your application data and credentials requirements.
Admission officers often manually check admission applications and supporting credentials to ensure that the requirements for admission are met. This process is mostly slow and prone to inaccuracies.
The typical admission or professional registration process involves the review of applicants’ data and credentials before establishing whether they meet the comparable requirements for admission. We do this automatically thereby saving you time, administrative effort, money and less prone to errors.
Because we run a secure electronic vault that validates, verifies and stores academic credentials such as degree and professional certificates on behalf of students and alumni, we can we actively match them against credential based admission requirements thereby ensuring receipt of only applications that match your admission requirements.
Two main reasons why you should use us as an alternative admission application channel:
Firstly, admission officers do not need to validate form data to supporting credential because your applicants form data will automatically be populated with the information contained in their validated credential thereby ensuring data consistency. For example, the “date of birth” field is populated with data extracted from the stored “birth certificate” or “international passport.
Secondly, admission officers do not need to reconcile credential to requirement because our solution will automatically check and pre-screen submitted applications against admission requirements to immediately identify candidates who do not meet mandatory requirements. For example, if the requirement for a post graduate admission is a mandatory first or second class undergraduate degree would mean that applicants with stored credentials that have been validated as third class will be unable to submit.
The idea is since credentials provide evidence of skills to meet an admission requirement, linking the credential to the admission requirement ensures that only applicants that hold valid credentials meet the requirement.