This service enables Rwandans and foreigners who received technical and vocational education from foreign institutions to apply for an equivalency certificate from the National Examination and School Inspection Authority (NESA).
The following are the most frequently asked questions about the Application for Foreign Equivalency Certification for TVET
How much do I pay for an application for Foreign Equivalency Certification for TVET?
The service costs Rwf 1,000.
Do I need an IremboGov account to submit my application for Foreign Equivalency Certification for TVET?
You can apply for this service with or without an Irembo account.
How do I create an Irembo account?
To create an Irembo account, click here.
What do I do next after paying for this service?
You will wait until the E-certificate is approved by the respective institution.
How long should I wait until I get my application for Foreign Equivalency Certification for TVET?
The processing time for the application is 7 days.
What are the requirements needed to submit my application for Foreign Equivalency Certification for TVET?
Rwandan citizens should have a national ID number, Foreigners should have a passport number, a Technical or vocational training certificate, and an Academic transcript from an awarding institution.
How do I know the authenticity of the certificate generated via IremboGov?
To find out how to verify the authenticity of the e-certificate, click here.
Can I download another certificate for the application for Foreign Equivalency Certification for TVET, if the one I had is lost/damaged?
Yes, you can download the certificate as many times as possible.