If you have to legalise a document and you come from a country that signed the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, you will be able to do it in a simplified way: with the so-called Hague Apostille.
This procedure will have to be done in your country and involves stamping the document with an apostille that certifies its authenticity.
Which countries signed the Hague Convention?
👉12: Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents
To find out more about the Hague Apostille we recommend visiting the following link of the Ministry of Justice:
More information on documents recognition
Things to remember
When applying for your degree to be officially recognised, documents issued in EU member states or countries that signed the Agreement on the European Economic Area or Switzerland do not need to be legalised.