The Comparative Education Service (CES) was established by the University of Toronto in 1967 and is Canada’s only university-based academic credential assessment agency. Providing over 50 years of educational expertise, CES is trusted by employers and professional agencies throughout Canada. CES assessment reports are recognized in Canada and beyond.
CES is recognized by the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) and is a proud member of the Alliance of Credential Evaluation Services of Canada (ACESC).
CES assessment reports can help you apply for employment or obtain the licenses you need to practice a profession in Canada. Our reports are recognized for employment purposes by:
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) (for the purpose of Canadian immigration, CES has been designated by IRCC as an approved assessment provider)
Government of Canada
Government of Ontario
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)
Canadian Armed Forces
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (TN Visa)
An Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) Report lists the educational credentials you have earned, and provides an expert opinion that compares them to similar credentials offered by Canadian institutions. This report gives employers, educational institutions and professional agencies confidence in the authenticity and legitimacy of the educational credentials you worked so hard to earn.
Having an ECA Report means you do not have to repeat your education in Canada. It tells employers how your credentials match up to Canadian education standards, and helps schools and colleges decide if and how you can continue your education. It can be used in some cases to obtain a licence to practice a profession, or to get certified in a particular field. In other words, an ECA Report from CES can open doors so that you can achieve your goals and reach your full potential in Canada.
Admission to colleges and other educational institutions.
Membership, licensure, or certification by professional organizations and regulatory bodies.
* We recommend that you first contact the organization you wish to approach to confirm that our educational credential assessment reports satisfy its requirements. The University of Toronto does not require an assessment of your academic credentials for admission, nor do most other universities in Canada. To find out more about admission requirements, visit the U of T undergraduate and graduate websites.
CES is committed to helping you further your education and be successful in Canada. As part of the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, CES supports your continuous learning with a special offer — a one-time $200 tuition discount — that can be applied towards one of hundreds of courses and certificate programs available at the School.
Move forward with your career goals. Discover how your Assessment Report can lead to a professional designation through our partnerships with associations.
Axis Attestation Services focus here to make the process as simple, easy and secure as possible, so as to save a lot of time and avoid mere waste of money. We have covered most of the colleges and Universities. We also provide the services from UK, USA, Australia etc. We have a standard and speedy procedure of getting CES Our service acts like an interface between the University and Student/Candidate seeking for CES. The whole process is digitalized and hence it is hassle-free, fast and secure for you. The applicant is not forced to go through repetitive regression cycles and avoid multiple trips to the university. We have complete awareness of the protocol and the University requirements in our database. Our interaction with the university and the applicant is thus clear and accurate. Through us the entire process of getting CES Services is so simple. What you have to do is to make a visit to our office and submit the documents as per the requirements of University and.