The Veterinary Surgeons Board of South Australia has partnered with My eQuals
The Veterinary Surgeons Board of South Australia has recently partnered with My eQuals.
My eQuals is the official tertiary credentials digital platform for the higher education sector, students, and verifiers. It is a pan-pacific solution providing easy, secure access to certified, official qualification records for Australian and New Zealand universities and their learners.
Why has the VSBSA partnered with My eQuals?
The VSBSA wants to make registration a more convenient process for every applicant. My eQuals are connected to over 50 Australian and
New Zealand universities. VSBSA applicants no longer need to print out academic documents and find someone to certify them – now, all you need do is upload your certificate or transcript to My eQuals and My eQuals will take care of the rest. It’s that easy!
Is My eQuals secure? Are my documents protected?
My eQuals utilises advanced cryptographic hardware and banking-level security to produce, and certify digital documents compliant with Australian and international legal and privacy standards. My eQuals also uses advanced electronic signatures which are compliant with EU Digital Signatures Directive 1999/93/EC and national enacting legislation. My eQuals documents are both legally valid and tamper-evident.
Is there a cost for me to upload my documents to My eQuals?
No. There is no cost involved for you to upload your documents.
How do I create an account with My eQuals?
Each institution will have their own guide when it comes to using the My eQuals service. Consult your institution for how to gain access to My eQuals.
I’ve set up My eQuals account, now what?
Great! Now you can send through your transcript or certificate to us.
Submitting your certificate or transcript to the VSBSA via My eQuals:
The first thing My eQuals will ask you for is the recipient:
Type in: ‘The Veterinary Surgeons Board of South Australia’
Then, fill in the rest of the fields:
Reference means what type of document you’re sending us – e.g., a ‘certificate’ or ‘transcript’. We suggest you use something like ‘Jane Smith – Certificate’ to help us identify your document.
Learner ID Number is your university student identification number. You should be able to find your student identification number on your academic transcript or certificate.
Expiry date refers to how long you want to keep your document in the My eQuals system. You can set the expiry date for a year, for five years – it’s up to you. We do suggest that you allow us to access your documents for more than one day. It may take us more than one working day to process your application. If you’re not sure, set the expiry date to three months. You can always upload the document again if need be!
Once you’ve filled in all the necessary fields, all you need to do is press submit and then your document is sent straight to us.
How will I know if the VSBSA has received my documents?
When you first share a document, a notice appears in the top right-hand corner of your screen to let you know your share was successful. Also, when you open a document or credential in your My eQuals account, you will find a summary at the top right part of your screen that is called “History”. Click on this to see a summary of the actions you took relating to that document.
If your university does not utilise My eQuals, you will need to submit a certified copy of your certificate or academic transcript as per our application requirements.
If you have any questions regarding the rest of your application process, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org; or call us: (08) 8359 3334.