With the globalization of real estate portfolios and international reporting requirements our members have increased their areas of practice beyond Canada. As a result of this industry exposure and because of our high standards the Appraisal Institute of Canada brand has become internationally recognized for professionalism, integrity and quality. The Appraisal Institute of Canada regularly receives inquiries from individuals from around the world requesting information on how to obtain the AACI designation.
Non Canadian degrees and other types of degrees are evaluated on a case by case basis. If education was completed at a non-English speaking institution, students will be required to demonstrate proficiency in English. Applicants to the program must complete the application form and submit their required documentation and applicable fees for UBC admission and transcript review. If you have any questions about your course equivalency, or to request a transcript review, please contact Yvonne Chuen or call (604)822-8457.
The International Paths to the AACI Designation lays out three separate pathways for individuals to earn the AACI designation depending which of these three categories apply:
- PATH A: Individuals who have earned an international valuation designations and are members in good standing with Institutions recognized by the Appraisal Institute of Canada
- PATH B: Individuals who have earned other international valuation designations
- PATH C: Individuals who have not earned or have yet to complete a valuation designation
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