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Help with building your profile
Before writing your CV, it is important that you think carefully about the overall impression your CV will have on the reader and consider not only what to include but also what you may leave out. It is often impossible to include all skills gained, every responsibility or each achievement from every job you have ever had on your CV – so you need to think about selecting the most relevant for the employer or type of employer you are applying to.
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The United Kingdom
There is generally no need to have your diploma recognised before applying for jobs in the United Kingdom and the final decision about it is with the employer. Exceptions are regulated professions (i.e. medical doctor, lawyer…)
Diploma recognition and comparison of international qualifications and skills is performed by UK NARIC: http://naric.org.uk/NARIC/Default.aspx
For more information about getting regulated professions recognised and used abroad (e.g. European Union), please visit: http://www.enic-naric.net/regulated-professions.aspx
In Serbia, diploma recognition process is performed by ENIC/NARIC Serbia. For more information visit: http://www.mpn.gov.rs/enicnaric-srbija/