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Does anyone have the dimensions for the Isabel I degree?  Still a ways away but I might get it framed.
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(04-20-2024, 11:02 AM)spree610 Wrote: IEE dharges $50 per additional credential/revision.

Did you submit both documents from Isabel I and ENEB, or just the ENEB transcript and diploma for IEE evaluation?
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(04-21-2024, 07:34 PM)Imbanewbie Wrote:
(04-20-2024, 11:02 AM)spree610 Wrote: IEE dharges $50 per additional credential/revision.

Did you submit both documents from Isabel I and ENEB, or just the ENEB transcript and diploma for IEE evaluation?

No, ENEB sent them electronically - https://www.degreeforum.net/mybb/Thread-...#pid418007
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(04-21-2024, 01:42 PM)jb111 Wrote: Does anyone have the dimensions for the Isabel I degree?  Still a ways away but I might get it framed.

It is double A4 size. I got an A3 frame and it fits perfectly inside it.
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For those who completed ENEB degrees for professional reasons, how did you list it on your LinkedIn/resumes? Did you put Isabel 1 as the institution where you completed the programs or did you put ENEB, particularly for those who received both diplomas?

And did you benefit professionally because of attaining the degrees or did it have no material effect on your professional life? (By benefiting professionally it can mean having recruiters reach out, having a salary increase from your current job, qualifying you for another job or career pivot, etc.)

For Americans in particular, I would love to hear your experiences.
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I listed it as from Isabel I. Listed it for a while on LinkedIn and my work internal profile account. Nobody noticed. My significant other said "you don't really expect anyone to take that seriously as a real degree, do you?" Decided after a short while that as an obscure online school from Spain (where I've never lived) that Isabel I, much less ENEB, likely wasn't going to move the neede. And that if anyone asked me about it I didn't know what I would say about it anyway. So I delisted it. I don't acknowledge it anywhere now.
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(Yesterday, 12:16 PM)karehiro Wrote: For those who completed ENEB degrees for professional reasons, how did you list it on your LinkedIn/resumes? Did you put Isabel 1 as the institution where you completed the programs or did you put ENEB, particularly for those who received both diplomas?

And did you benefit professionally because of attaining the degrees or did it have no material effect on your professional life? (By benefiting professionally it can mean having recruiters reach out, having a salary increase from your current job, qualifying you for another job or career pivot, etc.)

For Americans in particular, I would love to hear your experiences.

I'm from the US. I listed Isabel I as the institution I completed the program with. My reasoning was to use Isabel because I used the Isabel diploma for all of my evaluations (Validential, etc). So far, it hasn't had an enormous effect, but I have noticed that I get some recruiter emails about different jobs than I did prior to finishing the program.
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(Yesterday, 12:16 PM)karehiro Wrote: For those who completed ENEB degrees for professional reasons, how did you list it on your LinkedIn/resumes? Did you put Isabel 1 as the institution where you completed the programs or did you put ENEB, particularly for those who received both diplomas?

And did you benefit professionally because of attaining the degrees or did it have no material effect on your professional life? (By benefiting professionally it can mean having recruiters reach out, having a salary increase from your current job, qualifying you for another job or career pivot, etc.)

For Americans in particular, I would love to hear your experiences.

I'm not from the US however he is my experience.

I list it on LinkedIn/resumes as ENEB and Isabel I.

It has been looked upon favourably by employers and recruiters. I have also reached out to recruiters who have ENEB degrees on LinkedIn directly.

I don't think it had a material effect but it has been acknowledged as a demonstration of commitment to learning and improvement. It hasn't qualified me for another job but has helped me develop my skillset and learn things that help in leadership and management. It has also helped me understand and converse with senior leadership on certain topics.
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(Yesterday, 12:16 PM)karehiro Wrote: For those who completed ENEB degrees for professional reasons, how did you list it on your LinkedIn/resumes? Did you put Isabel 1 as the institution where you completed the programs or did you put ENEB, particularly for those who received both diplomas?

And did you benefit professionally because of attaining the degrees or did it have no material effect on your professional life? (By benefiting professionally it can mean having recruiters reach out, having a salary increase from your current job, qualifying you for another job or career pivot, etc.)

For Americans in particular, I would love to hear your experiences.

I haven’t been able to finish it yet, but I doubt I will list it anywhere, if I do.  It’s too obscure and anyone who looks it up will see it’s a Groupon deal.  The best case scenario for me is I will hopefully learn *something* and maybe I’d list it in my signature on this forum.
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