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Clarification regarding the PDU's requirement fir ECBA certification. 

Hey Guys,

The ECBA certification requires some PDU’s certificate which means that the candidate holds an entry-level knowledge regarding the Business Analysis to take up the certification. So, I would like to know whether IIBA accepts a letter of recommendation (either from a professor or Boss) in place of PDU's certificate. Having said that, I have pursued my post-Graduation during 2016 & moreover the ECBA deals with what I have learnt on my PG (all BABOK things).

Will IIBA accept a letter of recommendation from the Institute where I have pursued my PG or from the Boss to whom I work now, stating in words which is equivalent to the PDU certificate?

Please advise & Thanks in Advance...

 
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