Navigating the path to becoming an architect in the United States can be confusing, especially if you studied or earned a license in another country! To help international applicants navigate the process of becoming licensed, our staff experts answered questions asked during a live webinar earlier this year.
First, our experts answered questions about applying for a license in a U.S. jurisdiction for individuals who are licensed outside of the United States or Canada—including how to navigate NCARB’s Foreign Architect Path to certification.
Next, our experts answered questions about completing the education requirement for certification if you have a degree earned outside the United States or Canada—including how to navigate the Education Evaluation Services for Architects (EESA) evaluation process.
NCARB has several other resources available for individuals who hold a foreign license or degree. To learn more about this process, check out:
- NCARB Live: Foreign Architect Path—Watch our recent webinar for foreign architects and applicants.
- How International Applicants Can Earn a License to Practice in the U.S.: Read our blog post to discover which path to licensure is right for you.
- NCARB Certification Guidelines: Read this essential document to understand all the requirements for completing the Foreign Architect Path.
- Top 10 FAQs for International Candidates: Find answers to most frequently asked questions about earning a license in the United States.