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    If I have a Degree - an Associate of Applied Science from Idaho State University in Engineering Design Technology does that count as 50 points?

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    See here for the list of recognised institutions
    http://www.immigration.govt.nz/NR/rd...5A9/0/1080.pdf

    If your institution is not on the list, you would first need to get your qualifications assessed before you could claim any points for them

    [quote:f9c46f57ea]Bachelors degrees requiring 3 or more years of full time study from degree granting institutions accredited by
    the following listed bodies are assessed as occupying Level 7 of the Register and will therefore qualify for 50
    points.
    Masters degrees and PhDs from degree granting institutions accredited by the following listed bodies are
    assessed as occupying Level 9 or 10 of the Register and will therefore qualify for 55 points, provided the
    holder of the qualification also obtained their undergraduate (Bachelors) degree from an accredited degree
    granting institution. If the Masters degree is not preceded by an undergraduate degree from a degree
    granting institution accredited by the following listed bodies, or an institution included on the List of
    Recognised Qualifications, it is assessed as occupying Level 7 of the Register and will therefore qualify for 50
    points.
    Honours degrees from degree granting institutions accredited by the following listed bodies are assessed as
    occupying Level 7 of the Register and will therefore qualify for 50 points.
    MSA Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges
    NASC The Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges
    NCA North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
    NEASC-CIHE New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc./Commission on
    Institutions of Higher Education
    NEASC-CTCI New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc./Commission on
    Technical and Career Institutions
    SACS-CC Southern Association of Colleges and Schools/Commission on Colleges
    SACS-COEI Southern Association of Colleges and Schools/Commission on
    Occupational Education Institutions
    WASC-Sr Western Association of Schools and Colleges/[/quote:f9c46f57ea]

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