The registration process for Foreign-Trained Architects in Canada

Many foreign-trained architects, upon arrival in Canada, are faced with the harsh reality of qualification assessment. Many of these professionals, including myself, have gone through a very extensive and rigorous education and training system to get our qualifications in their countries. And although that might be a little frustrating for some, the reality is: It doesn’t really matter how good your school is, you need to show that your architecture degree meets the Canadian standards.

The purpose of this article is to guide you through that process and tell you a little bit more about my personal experience doing the same.

The Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB) is responsible for assessing and certifying the academic qualifications of individuals holding a professional degree or diploma in architecture prior to applying for registration with the provincial associations. They are also responsible for the accreditation of the Canadian schools of architecture.

If you studied in Canada and your school is accredited by the CACB, you will get your certificate immediately after you complete your studies. You can then apply for an Internship with your provincial association. If you studied abroad, like me, you are basically left with three options: BEFA Certification, the RAIC Syllabus and Academic Certification of your degree.

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BEFA Certification

BEFA stands for Broadly Experienced Foreign Architect and it is an alternative method of certification for architects that have many years of work experience in their country. That experience will be assessed against the Canadian Standards of Practice. To be eligible to apply you will need to meet the following criteria:

  • You have practiced as a licensed/registered architect in your country of origin.
  • You are able to prove that you have had at least 7 years of post-licensure experience in the last 12 years.
  • You will have to obtain at least 6 months of experience in Canada before applying. That experience must have been obtained under the supervision of a registered/licensed architect in Canada.
  • Your certification will then be reviewed by the CACB through and Assessment Interview.

For more information regarding the Canadian Standard of Practice click here.

RAIC Syllabus

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada offers an alternative education program that is accredited by the CACB and equivalent to a University degree in Architecture.

If you complete this program you will be able to then apply for Internship with your provincial association. Keep in mind that this Syllabus was created for those who find it impossible to attend a School of Architecture.

For more information about these programs, please visit the RAIC Syllabus website.

Academic Certification of your Degree

This is the most common route for certification that is used for foreign candidates as most people don’t meet the BEFA requirements. The process will require you to gather a significant amount of documents, translate and notarize them (if required) and submit a complete package for the CACB to review if your academic degree meets Canadian standards.

This is what the document checklist looks like:

  • Complete the application form.
  • Official transcript showing grade or standing achieved. (Certified copy of translations if the original documents are not in English or French)
  • A certified true copy of all degrees. (Certified copy of translations if the original documents are not in English or French)
  • Official University Calendar describing the architecture program and the content of every individual course. This description should contain the number of hours of lectures, the number of studio hours spent on each course, the number of terms in an academic year and the number of weeks of studies per term.
  • A certified true copy of the official translation of the University Calendar if the original document is not in English or French.
  • List of design projects completed during your architecture program with a brief description of each project in a maximum of 4 pages.
  • Portfolio of academic design. This portfolio is not mandatory but definitely recommended in order to expedite the process.

After gathering all these documents, you should format the application to be 8½ X 11″ to 11″ X 17″ folded into 8½ X 11”. Mechanically binding with a soft cover.

I know that this sounds like a lot but, take a deep breath, you can do this.

My Process

At the time of my application, I had no chance to apply under the BEFA program and I didn’t want to go through the RAIC Syllabus , so I was left with the Academic Certification process.

If I can give you any advice based on my experience, it would be: Start now. I constantly delayed doing it for many reasons (mostly laziness), and now regret it. Don’t think too much about how hard it might be, and get started.

Because all my documents were in Portuguese, I had to translate hundreds of pages of information and that required a substantial financial effort. If you need to translate a big chunk of documents you might be able to reach an agreement on the fee. If you need a very good Portuguese translator I will be able to give you some options.

The most time-consuming part is the University Calendar as you will need to request a certified true copy from your University. In my case, I requested the documents via phone call and then picked them up during a vacation. It takes some time to produce and each page needs to be stamped and signed by the institution. In my case, I was looking at hundreds of pages that described all the contents of each course, hours lectured, assignments, etc.

All those documents will have to be translated and certified if they are not in English or French.

It took me about 6 months to be able to gather everything, and I was committed to getting this done. So take your time and start requesting the information you need.

The only real hiccup I had with my process was proof of proficiency with English. Although I am a Canadian citizen and use English on a daily basis, I had to prove that I had had English in school for many years in Portugal, as it is mandatory in most European countries. So be prepared to be asked to complete a TOEFL or ESL/EFL, IELTS test.

If there are other “loopholes” that the CACB identifies in your education, you might be asked to complete the RAIC Syllabus.

Fortunately, that all worked out and after about 3 months my application was reviewed and approved.

Let me just add that all the staff at the CACB were very helpful and were always available to answer my questions along the way. They are there to help, so feel free to call or email any questions you might have.

I hope this article motivates you to get started and can help you understand the process at a high level. I know that for most people it is repeating something that you had already gone through to become an Architect, but try your best to take it as a learning opportunity and the outcome with benefit your lives both personally and professionally.

Eric Rodrigues is an award-winning architect, based in Toronto. He is the Founder and Design Principal of ERS Architects.

His body of work ranges from Residential to Institutional, and Commercial projects. ERS Architects focuses on designing thoughtful, sustainable, and affordable architecture.


Join the discussion and tell us your opinion.

Diana Dianareply
February 12, 2019 at 8:32 pm

Thank you for sharing your experience !

February 13, 2019 at 7:04 am
– In reply to: Diana Diana

Your welcome, Diana. My pleasure.

Oluyede Tolulope Victorreply
July 13, 2020 at 7:58 am
– In reply to: Diana Diana

Thanks for the info’ sir! This would really help prospective foreign architects like me.

Temitayo Ajibadereply
March 20, 2019 at 12:27 am

Excellent and accurate writeup. Thanks for this.
Please note, it is now an option to submit portfolios in USB drives.

March 20, 2019 at 5:51 am
– In reply to: Temitayo Ajibade

Temitayo Ajibade, Thank you!

Manny Nwawulureply
June 22, 2020 at 5:56 pm
– In reply to: Temitayo Ajibade

Hi, I am guessing that you had your training in Nigeria. Please l will like to communicate with you directly if possible.

Tiago Cortezreply
March 22, 2019 at 9:13 pm

Hello Eric. I’m on the same situation that you were. I think I can apply for the BEFA method of certification but when you talk about the prove that you have had at least 7 years of post-licensure experience in the last 12 years, are you referrenig to a document of the Portuguese Order or other document?
Thank you so mutch for any help and congratulations for your post.

March 23, 2019 at 8:00 am
– In reply to: Tiago Cortez

Hi Tiago. Thank you for your comment.
To apply under the BEFA program you will have to prove that you have at least 7 years of post-licensure experience in the last 12 years. You local architecture association would have to issue proof that you have been actively working as a registered architect during that time. You can support that documentation with your own documents and letters issued by employers that will help prove that you meet those requirements.
Please note that you will only be eligible to apply once you complete 6 months working under the supervision of a registered architect in Ontario.
I hope this helps.
Good luck!

Mayowa Lafiajireply
July 4, 2020 at 8:44 am
– In reply to: Eric

Thank you so much for educating and sharing your personal experience.

April 1, 2019 at 5:43 pm

than you Eric, very helpful. About the 6 months working under registered architect, as foreign is it easy to get a job with a non canadian diploma. thanks in advance for replying.

June 26, 2019 at 10:12 am
– In reply to: karima

Hi Karima,

It is hard to answer your questions. If you are legally able to work in Canada and have a strong portfolio of work and experience, I believe that with motivation and persistence you will be able to find a job. Good luck! I hope all works out for you.

October 28, 2019 at 1:34 am
– In reply to: Eric

Hi Eric,
Thanks for sharing & that is very useful indeed.
May i have your clarification on “registered” & ” licensed”, either one here means after graduation of 2nd degree and eligible for sitting the Architect Registration Board? Since for my case, i finished the 2nd degree in 2011 but had officially registered in 2015.
Thanks in advance.

December 24, 2019 at 11:55 am
– In reply to: karima

Can a foreign architecture graduate work under registered architect in canada without getting academic certification done?

June 26, 2019 at 2:11 pm

Hi Eric,
Thanks for a great article! I attended a very architecture-centred degree program in Ireland and am wondering about the Area 1 requirements on the academic certification application (general education and electives). In your experience do you feel this will be a large hurdle in getting my degree accredited by the CACB?

Thank you so much for the help!

June 27, 2019 at 8:23 am

Hi Eric,
I completed my B.Arch in Dublin, Ireland and it was a very focused degree with very little coursework in general topics i.e. english, science, math that is required in the General Education and Electives (area 1) section of the Academic Certification Application. In your experience do you feel this will be a problem in regards to getting my degree certified or do you expect they will ask that I complete additional coursework?

Thank you!

Rubina Shaukatreply
July 9, 2019 at 1:32 am

Hi Eric,
Thank you for an insightful article. I have a few more questions for you. 1)Have you checked out the bridge training programs by JVS toronto named Immigrant Professionals Leveraging Architectural Knowledge for New Opportunities (IPLAN)? Any comments? 2)After receiving your certification from CACB were you able to start work immediately or did you have to wait until you were registered with OAA? 3)Any idea how long completing the RAIC syllabus takes? Thanks.

July 19, 2019 at 11:58 pm

Thanks Eric for sharing your success story. My son has a master degree in architecture in Nigeria with two years post graduation. I am a permanent resident in Canada and i want him to apply for accreditation with canadian association of architects… pls advise

Yasser Matterreply
July 31, 2019 at 10:10 pm

was it easy to proof your 7 years of work experience in the way they require?
Can I start this application before arriving in Canada and before getting the 6-month internship?
thanks so much for your effort

August 6, 2019 at 12:04 am

Hey dear Eric, your article is very helpfull and source of motivation for me, Thanks for it! I just have a question can we submitt documents from outside of canada?

August 6, 2019 at 10:07 am

excellent write-up. i just submitted my application for CACB academic certification and the email i received after the payment reads “We confirm payment for the for the Broadly Experienced Foreign Architect program
BEFA File Number: xxxxx” . my question is i didnt apply for BEFA i submitted application for Academic certification. what should i do?
also i have sent my portfolio and other document to them how will i know when they start the assessment.

Lubna Fatimareply
August 19, 2019 at 6:21 am

Hi Eric,
Thank you for a precise article explaining the lengthy process. Can you please clarify my two doubts as follows:
a) How much time does it take for CACB to complete assessment, is three months minimum time?
b) After CACB assessment is it wise to immediately register in any province of choice as an intern architect and then apply for jobs?
I will be waiting for your response. Thank you for your time.

September 11, 2019 at 7:43 am

Hello Eric, as an internationally trained Architect who is has been certified academically by cacb, how can I get an internship placement from my country..

October 14, 2019 at 1:26 am

Tank you a lot, very helpful but
I heard we should have course by course evaluation (from WES) for our degree, before apply for CACB . Is it true?

October 16, 2019 at 4:46 am

Good Day Eric,

Question on the Academic Certification of your Degree, seeing as you use an intermediate to identify the equivalence of your Degree in Canada( Example WES) this process allocates points to the express entry, however, if you have your Degrees verified by a trade body as mentioned with Academic Certification does this add additional points to your entry or does it just supersede your the credential evaluations (WES). Please advise,

Thank you

Asdas Ahmedreply
October 21, 2019 at 7:18 am

Hi, that was really great of you for sharing your experience. Hope this helps a thousand souls! So, how was your job hunting experience?

Aris Basareply
October 22, 2019 at 1:15 pm

Thanks for sharing your experience Eric. See you sometime soon 🙂

November 11, 2019 at 3:39 pm

Hello Eric. Thank you so much for sharing your experience. I was wondering if I can start the certification process even if I still haven’t moved to Canada. I am currently still living in my home country but I count on moving there in the near future.
Thank you!

November 13, 2019 at 7:46 am

Hi Eric,
Great post, very helpful. Unfortunately I don’t have 7 years of experience so won’t be applying through the BEFA, do you by any chance have any information regarding the other route? I checked the RAIC Syllabus, is says that each part takes like 2-3 years!! how on earth is that possible that’s ridiculously long!
Let’s start by my application to the CACB can you guide me on what happens after that, what are the possible outcomes and what can be done about them?


Shameek Kumar Mukherjeereply
November 17, 2019 at 2:56 am

Thanks for your extremely well write-up. Have some quarries though;will be grateful to get your precise reply. By mentioning ‘Official University Calendar’, do you want to mean the calendar which was followed during my tenure (1997-2001) as a student or a present one ? Should it be a freshly typed document of A4 pages including all those points you have mentioned and authenticated by an authorized signatory (signed and stamped in all pages)? Please also mention who will be the appropriate signatory for this purpose – 1.Head of the Department, 2. Principal of the School/College or 3. A University person?

November 30, 2019 at 2:33 am

I felt the information provided in this blog is really valuable for people …………. Thanks for sharing such an informative blog.

December 13, 2019 at 10:08 am

Hi Eric,
I have my practice in my home country from early 2003 to end 2011. Since then I came to Canada without working in any Architecture Firm. I obtained my CACB certification in September 2019 after went through the process of application since March 2019. I thought I saw the requirement for BEFA then was within 8 years and not 12 years. Anyway I did consult the CACB then via phone and they told me I am not eligible and therefore I applied for the Academic Certification. Now I am planning to enroll in the Internship Admission course and later to apply for Internship job. My question are 1: Is there any tips or software or Project Management program etc that we need to know ahead in order to get hired by the firm here, as I haven’t been in any architecture office since coming to Canada; 2: Is there any website or resource that I could look for for the syllabus covered in the examination for licensing; 3: If going backward 12 years from now, I would have 3-4 years experience that could be considered my previous experience. Can I apply to reduce the internship hours requirement with that? I was on my own practice then and therefore no mentor to sign for logbook except letter from my hometown country to proof the period of time I practiced there. Hope you could give me some advice.

Syed Rizvireply
December 13, 2019 at 3:16 pm

Thank you, Eric, for sharing valuable information.

December 14, 2019 at 12:50 am

Hey Eric,
You blog is very helpful.
Just wanted to ask, As you have mentioned that you followed the “ACADEMIC CERTIFICATION” which i do understand that it was a long process. But can you also tell that How much one need to pay for it?
Also more importantly, Once you submitted all of your your documents, what was the next step? Did you get the Licence directly after this process or you had to do something else. Please shed some light on the Process after submitting the Documents to CACB.

December 19, 2019 at 5:29 am

brother , excellent explaination , also please tell me if i can apply my documents online for reviewing
through mail?

December 25, 2019 at 1:13 am

Hi Eric,
Thank you so much for sharing your experience and knowledge. I’m also in the same situation. I have eleven years experience in my country as an architect and director of an architecture Firm with twenty four architects and engineer. But now I’m confused what way will be easer,faster and more useful for me. Thanks again for your time and concern in helping other foreign architects.

December 25, 2019 at 1:14 am

Hi Eric,
Thank you so much for sharing your experience and knowledge. I’m also in the same situation. I have eleven years experience in my country as an architect and director of an architecture Firm with twenty four architects and engineer. But now I’m confused what way will be easer,faster and more useful for me. Thanks again for your time and concern in helping other foreign architects.

Rania Khalifareply
January 4, 2020 at 1:50 pm

Thanks for sharing. You said that your application was viewed and approved. But I didn’t understand what did you mean by approved. You mean you were considered a certified architect???

January 5, 2020 at 1:22 pm

Hi Eric, thank you so much for the insight.
I am an international student, planning to get a certification (either a post graduate diploma or a masters certification). Do i still have to give any extra examination or apply for certification after the course to practice in Canada ?
Thank you again in advance.

Shagufta raoreply
January 6, 2020 at 5:44 pm

Hi Eric
Indeed a very helpful post !
If u apply under the BEFA program , there are 3 steps – eligibility, submission and assessment..
I haven’t started working as yet under a Canadian architect which is a protocol of 6 months prior ur application , even though I’m eligible..
So my query is do I pay the eligibility fee now or wait until 6months of experience..and then pay the eligibility fee and apply
Kindly advice !

January 9, 2020 at 4:28 am

how can i get the application form?
how are the degrees assessed?
what s the address?
can i cantact you via whatsapp

January 9, 2020 at 1:56 pm

Hello Eric,
Did you start processing your academic certificate when you’re already in Canada or while you were still in portugal? Can I start to process mine if I haven’t immigrated to Canada yet?

Gemma Pinedareply
January 15, 2020 at 1:10 pm

Hi Eric, Thanks for sharing your experience. In regards to the third option which is the Academic Certification of your Degree. If you get an approval on that, will you be able to practice your profession as an architect here in Canada and will be able to sign and seal a Professional Designer certificate needed in housing? In other words you can practice architecture like in your previous country where you had your education and professional license?
These questions are not for me but for my husband who was a seasoned architect from the Phils. Thank you.

January 28, 2020 at 3:43 pm

Hi Eric, I am thinking of getting my architecture degree (5year program) from Uganda and coming to Canada for my masters degree so that I can work in Canada. I was thinking getting a masters from Canada is an easier way of getting the Canadian license than the ways you have listed or do you think otherwise. Please advise me. Thank you

Johanna Salasreply
February 3, 2020 at 2:39 am

Thank you for the information Eric!

Gagandeep Bawareply
February 22, 2020 at 10:49 am

It is mentioned that foreign architect need to do internship of 6 months,but irony of the situation is that no canadian architect is accepting applications from foreign architects.I’m continuously trying from one year to get canadian experience i have bachelors degree and 10 yrs of experience but struggling to get internship. :-p

Salima Sharminreply
February 27, 2020 at 6:45 am

I practiced as an architect at Bangladesh while registered under my Countries Architecture Association. I only have 1.5 year of work experience. Am I eligible for BEFA ? Or should I register under foreign architecture school graduate? TIA

March 12, 2020 at 9:12 am

Hi Eric. Thank you for sharing your experience. I am also planning to apply for CACB Certificate as I have obtained my architecture degree from India and am registered with the architect’s board of my country. However, I have a few questions regarding the licensure process for the practice. What happens after one gets the CACB Certificate? How does one go about obtaining the 3 year long internship and under what visa does one have to apply for the same? Under what criteria do the registered architects take you up for internships? If you’re on your own in Canada, does the internship program pay you enough to survive for 3 years? I’ve had these questions in my mind for a while now and no one could answer it better than someone who had undergone the process. Awaiting your response. Thanks!

March 15, 2020 at 12:09 am

Hi Eric, I am currently applying for the CACB. I wanted to ask you about the university calendar. They are saying I need to have course syllabi for all the courses I have taken. Is it enough to supply brief course descriptions that I can find online? Or does it have to be the actual syllabus that they give us in class? This is my only hiccup and they haven’t been able to answer me quite precisely. I wpuld really appreciate some help!

March 23, 2020 at 3:52 pm

hi, Eric thank’s for your information I just want to ask you are you happy to got CACB certification and it was useful or not? and in the situation that they asked us to complete the RAIC Syllabus; how long it will take? and it is hard? thank you

April 8, 2020 at 1:44 pm

Hi Eric, thank you for all the info. It is really helpful and motivating!
When were you graduated? in CACB’s website it says that:
You qualify for this mode of certification if you:
– Graduated from a professional degree in architecture from a foreign country (Except USA) or from one of the Canberra Accord Signatories since January 1, 2010.
I was wondering if i can apply on this option since i graduated in 2005.

April 8, 2020 at 9:35 pm

Thanks, Eric. I had a master’s degree from Iran, I did not that much experience, do you think could I apply for Academic Certification?

Toyin Lawalreply
April 29, 2020 at 2:45 am

Hello Eric. I haven’t emigrated to Canada yet, I’m still working on my Permanent Residence (PR) application from my home country Nigeria. However, I am not registered in Nigeria because my masters degree (from Glasgow School of Art) is unaccredited by RIBA. Nonetheless, I have worked at an architectural practice for the past 7 years. Since I’m not eligible for BEFA certification, do you think I can apply through the Academic Certification of Degree? Thank you very much

May 18, 2020 at 10:34 pm

Well, you are licenced architect in Europe and that is a key word. Europe ( some 27 countries) is about fifty years more advanced in design, technology and all other stuff, than this. Yet, you have to be certified by some people who call themself CACB. Now, those same people charged Canadian graduates for certification in the past. Then I sued them and they stopped . That is a sad story of globalism goes wrong. Same with doctors and all other internationally trained professionals. Basically home trained professionals protecting they income from foreigners.
It is beyond dignity.

May 21, 2020 at 3:46 am

Thanks Eric for sharing your experience. I have a question i hope you can guide me, i am an architect registered in my Home Country Lebanon and Saudi Arabia. I have a Canadian PR and i did a WES assessment with a CANADIAN EQUIVALENCY SUMMARY Bachelor’s degree (four years).
Do you recommend to follow your path? Can you share any link to start the process? thank you.

May 28, 2020 at 2:31 pm

I completed my m.arch in india and licensed by coa what would be the procedure if I am looking for job in Canada and to get license in Canada

June 16, 2020 at 3:12 pm

Hi Eric! I am a Swiss citizen and an architect / interior designer with over 7 years of work experience (in Switzerland and United States). I think I’d qualify for BEFA. Do you know the pros & cons of academic certification vs. BEFA?

Laura Rreply
June 30, 2020 at 8:54 pm

Hello Eric,
Thank you for this article, I am an architect from Colombia and I am looking for options in Canada.
can I talk to you by email?
kind regards.

Vee Ohreply
July 4, 2020 at 5:22 am

Awesome read, thanks for this. I have a question though, is it possible to start this process from outside of Canada?

Olivia Ebunéreply
July 7, 2020 at 8:50 am

Hi Eric, this has been really useful however I still have so many questions! If I could summise my situation, I am graduate of an MArch program in the UK and looking to find work in Canada. In order to do this would I need to apply for Academic Ceritification, prior to apllying for jobs at my current level ie. Part 2 Architectural Assistant (or Intern Architect would be the Canadian equivalent)? Would you also be open to answering more questions via email?

July 19, 2020 at 10:37 am

Thank you Eric, this is extremely useful, I actually have 11 years of experience and a master’s degree, do you think I should go for the BEFA Certification or to go what you went through with the Academic Certification? what in your opinion is the easiest option in my case, as the least favorable option is the RAIC Syllabus.

Nuno Silvareply
July 21, 2020 at 6:01 pm

Do you have an idea of the success rate for BEFA?
Your surname seems Portuguese. Did you study in Portugal?
Thanks in advance for replying.

Ghaith AlArrouqreply
July 23, 2020 at 4:42 am

Thank you for all the great information, I would like to know more about the Academic Certification process can i do it even if i am still outside Canada?

Myla gadorreply
July 25, 2020 at 5:13 pm

Your article is very helpful for international architects like me who want to be licensed here in Canada.

Emmanuel Akinyemireply
August 3, 2020 at 8:58 am

The Official transcript, should it be sent directly to CACB by the school or I can request a copy from my School then forward to CABC. Thank you.

August 14, 2020 at 4:10 pm

Thank you so much Eric, for such a wast and descriptive details on how to get registered as a Canadian architect. I have number of questions in my mind , starting with -that i come under the third category ,which stated that i have to submit all my papers required or asked ,to CACB
1) In which format do i have to submit all the required documents (u can email me a sample of ur’s at if possible ).
2)How long does it take for them to review my application and approve.
3) You have mentioned that we have to give IELTS ,so in what category do we have to apply for the test – Academic or General .
Will be waiting for you reply.
Thank you.

August 31, 2020 at 5:41 am
– In reply to: JASMINE SEKHON

If you going for work permit then – GENERAL
If you go for Study visa- ACADEMIC

September 17, 2020 at 4:06 pm

Hello Eric, thankyou so much for sharing your experience in detailed. I have some queries to ask. Please if you can guidr me all through. I am currently residing in Saudi arabia and completed my B.Architecture in 2017 from Pakistan. How can I come to know that am I eligible to apply for third category or not? Looking forward for your reply Thanks In advance.

Rafael Aguilarreply
October 6, 2020 at 1:00 am

Hi Eric
I was looking for a similar case scenario when I saw this subject. As you have metioned, time is of the essence. The earlier you can migrate after
finishing university and gaining experience, the better chance of being successful in another coutnry. But what if for example, you migrated much later on like ten years or so after. It would be much harder to complete the requirements after so long.

Devanshi Sharmareply
October 20, 2020 at 2:59 pm

Hello Eric … your advice is really helpful .. please suggest me , I have 4-5 years of experience and license in India . I am a practising architect here .. which option will be better for me to opt for Canadian license

November 18, 2020 at 7:44 pm

Hi Eric
Thank you for sharing your experiences with us. I want to apply CACB certification for my Master degree, do I need to attach my Bachelor degree documents too?

November 25, 2020 at 10:06 am

Thanks alot Eric. Very enlightening. Is it possible to apply from outside of Canada?

November 29, 2020 at 9:18 am

Thanks Eric for suwrch a knowledgeable post of yours and congratulations too. Well, I am having some more question so if u dont mind may we be having words through phone ? What do u say ? I am available at 09910575249 and my mail I’d is . Kindly share your contact information .
Thanks again Eric.

December 8, 2020 at 9:16 am


Amin Tabatabaeireply
December 18, 2020 at 1:11 pm

Hi Eric, thank you for your detailed explanations. As a Ph.D. student in architecture in Canada, I wonder if my educational degree is considered eligible?
It is not mentioned on the website of CACB either. Your productive comments and suggestions are very much welcomed. Thank you

January 6, 2021 at 4:16 am

Hope you and your family are safe during these changing times. Thank you for sharing your process, been trying to find someone who has gone through this to help me out. So, I really appreciate this. I have a Bachelor’s degree from India and Master’s from USA. Do I need to submit them both? The official calendar and the portfolio for the CACB certification or just submitting the masters will suffice? Any information is appreciated. Thank you again!

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