Transfer Certificate

As a requirement by the United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Education and for us to be able to register your child legally with the Ministry of Education, we must receive a Transfer Certificate (TC) from your child’s current school.

All children entering Grade 2 and upwards at RAK Academy School must provide a Transfer Certificate, regardless of the country and educational curriculum they are coming from.

 

Please see below the Transfer requirements:

  •  Transfer within the Emirate

Transfer from one school to another within Ras Al Khaimah requires an official transfer certificate issued from the previous school and stamped by the MOE in RAK. Transfers within the Emirate cannot take place after November 1st of the current Academic Year.
 

  •  Transfer from another Emirate

Transfer from one Emirate to another requires an official transfer certificate issued from the previous school and stamped by the previous Emirate’s Educational Zone.
 

  • Transfer for International Relocation

An original transfer certificate signed and stamped must be provided for all students applying for Grade2 and above.

Please refer to the transfer certificate stamp and signature requirements below.

 

 

Please see below the transfer certificate stamp and signature requirements:

  1. School stamp and signature of Principal.

  2. Stamp from the Ministry of Education in the country where the school is located.

  3. Stamp from UAE Embassy in the country where the school is located. If there is no UAE Embassy in the country where the school is located, then a stamp can be obtained from the UAE Foreign Affairs in UAE (Dubai or Sharjah).

  4. Stamp from Foreign Affairs of the country where the school is located

 

Important information if enrolling during the Academic Year:

 All Students joining the Academy November 1st onwards in  ALL  year groups must submit a Transfer Certificate showing the grade they are currently studying in from the start of the Academic Year to date.

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