Agreed. I think a lot of those questions have been answered. However, there is still room for conversation, I think, in the "how does an individual 'use' this degree?" That's always a real possibility. Though I think the issue is generally not a prohibition of international learning but of a foreign degree that doesn't seem to match the applicant. "Oh, so I see you have a degree from India. Do you speak Hindi?" "Nope." "How long were you in India?" "Never been." And, frankly, where the applicant does not appear to be Indian (though this shouldn't really be considered during an interview) it's going to raise a question as to whether this degree was legitimately obtained and if the school itself is legitimate. There are ethnocentric managers who won't care even if it is impeccable. I recall a hiring manager at a previous employer refusing to consider an American applicant (high school and undergrad were in the US, grad degree in CS from a prominent Scandinavian university) because "If he's so smart, why couldn't he get into a school in this country?" It was ridiculous. It happens even if it shouldn't. But let's be real... If you encounter a doctor who is likely Mexican and who has a Mexican medical degree then you're going to view them and their education differently than if you encounter a person name Seamus O'Reilly, who doesn't speak a lick of Spanish, and who claims to have a medical degree from Mexico. Honestly, I don't think this is really an issue these days. For some jobs and some employers? Sure. For everyone? There are far too many employers out there for them to insist that your degree come from a school they heard of. In some specialized fields where the programmatic ranking REALLY matters (like engineering) then it could come up. Broadly across all industries? Not really. To be clear, I'm not saying the issue is having a foreign degree on your resume. I'm saying the issue is specifically with the titulo propio. There, an evaluation is unlikely to help you. Also, if am employer accuses you of degree fraud having your own evaluation is not likely to carry much weight. They may insist on another evaluator who may not be so favorable. Again, everything I wrote was about the titulo propio and not about foreign degrees in general. The straw man you built was absolutely beautiful but it was a straw man nonetheless.