European convention on the academic recognition of university qualifications.

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December 14, 1959. , Paris
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Convention shall grant academic recognition to university qualifications conferred by a university situated in the territory of another Contracting Party. 2 Such academic recognition of a foreign university qualification shall entitle the holder: a to pursue further university studies and sit for academic examination on completion of.

university qualifications. Article 3 1 Contracting Parties falling within categorya in paragraph1 of Article2 of the present Convention shall grant academic recognition to university qualifications conferred by a university situated in the territory of another Contracting Party.

European Convention on the Academic Recognition of University Qualifications: Reference: ETS No Opening of the treaty: Paris, 14/12/ - Treaty open for signature by the member States and for accession by non-member States Entry into Force: 27/11/ - 3 Ratifications.

Summary. The Committee of the Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in the European Region (hereafter referred to as “the Committee”) is hereby established.

It shall be composed of one representative of each Party. For the purposes of Article X.2, the term “Party”; shall not apply to the European Community. European convention on the academic recognition of university qualifications.

book recognition of university qualifications (15 December ), and the UNESCO European Region Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Diplomas and Degrees concerning Higher Education in the States belonging to the European Region (21 December ).

European Convention on the Academic Recognition of University Qualifications European Convention on the General Equivalence of Periods of University Study These conventions can be found on the website of the Central Office for Foreign Education (ZAB) of the Secretariat of the Conference of Länder Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs.

The Arab and European States bordering on the Mediterranean, Parties to this Convention, Desiring to strengthen the cultural bonds which history and geographical proximity have established between them since the most ancient times and to pursue a policy of joint action in the sphere of education, scientific training and cultural activities, thereby contributing to the strengthening of their co.

There is no automatic EU-wide recognition of academic diplomas. You may therefore need to go through a national procedure to get your academic degree or diploma recognised in another EU country, if you seek admission to a further course of study there.

African States - Regional Recognition Convention () The Regional Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Certificates, Diplomas, Degrees and others Academic Qualifications in Higher Education in the African States was adopted at Arusha on 5 December (UN Treaty Series No.

List of State Parties. Contact Peter J Wells. continuing university studies, awarding Italian university qualifications.

Universities exercise such competencies autonomously and in compliance with the respective degree programme regulations, without prejudice to any existing bilateral agreements (Lisbon Convention of 11 April ratified in Italy by Law no. The internationalization of traditional university campus has led to seismic growth in the number of learners studying outside their country of origin.

Since its creation, UNESCO has served as a global platform for discussion on the recognition of higher education qualifications and the promotion of academic mobility.

– European Convention on the Academic Recognition of University Qualifications (, ETS No.

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32); – Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Diplomas and Degrees concerning Higher Education in the States belonging to the Europe Region (); – European Convention on the General Equivalence of Periods of University Study (, ETS No. The purpose of this policy is to outline QQI’s approach to the provision of general academic recognition advice on foreign qualifications.

3 POLICY QQI’s approach to facilitating the academic recognition of foreign qualifications is to provide authoritative advice online in the format of non-personalised comparability statements.

Academic Recognition of Foreign Higher Education Qualifications. Important notice - coronavirus. The higher education institution in Croatia where the applicant seeks to continue his or her higher education carries out academic recognition of foreign higher education qualifications and recognition of periods of study at foreign higher education institutions for the purpose of continuing.

The European Recognition Manual for HEIs (third edition, ) is a recognition manual for credential evaluators: it has been developed as part of the European Area of Recognition Project (EAR).

It contains shared standards and clear guidelines on all aspects of the recognition of foreign qualifications and aims to provide the credential evaluators from higher education institutions with a. Convinced that a fair recognition of qualifications is a key element of the right to education and a responsibility of society; Having regard to the Council of Europe and Unesco Conventions covering academic recognition in Europe: European Convention on the Equivalence of Diplomas leading to Admission to Universities ( The present Convention, which covers all periods of study abroad taken within an agreement between two institutions of higher education, is complementary to the European Convention on the Academic Recognition of University Qualifications (ETS No.

32). Recognition must be given unless the recognising authority can demonstrate a substantial difference between the foreign qualification and qualifications from the country where recognition is sought.

In other words, the draft convention moves away from a strict requirement of equivalence, which in many cases makes recognition practically impossible. Information Centres (ENIC3) on academic recognition and mobility and the national information centres; 1 In this Recommendation, the Convention will be referred to as "the Lisbon Recognition Convention".

2 Decision //EC (15 December ) of the European Parliament and of the Council. to the Convention on the recognition of qualifications concerning higher education in the European region Recognition of qualifications held by refugees, displaced persons and persons in a 21 European Convention on the Equivalence of Periods of University Study () deals specifically with.

European Convention on the Academic Recognition of University Qualifications (, ETS No. 32); Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Diplomas and De­grees concerning Higher Education in the States belonging to the Europe Re­gion (); European Convention on the General Equivalence of Periods of University Study (, ETS No.

With the Tokyo Recognition Convention coming into force in February and having its inaugural recognition committee meeting this coming October in Seoul, the Asia-Pacific region is due for a re-energised effort to enhance access, mobility and quality in higher education.

The renewed push for qualifications recognition in the Asia-Pacific will be reinforced by ongoing initiatives to. The ENIC-NARIC Networks, and its national information centres, are aware and continue monitoring the unprecedented COVID situation.

Under current circumstances, applicants may experience challenges, such as timeliness, when seeking qualification assessment/recognition decisions. principles of the Lisbon Recognition Convention (LRC) – the regulatory framework for international academic recognition in the European region.

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The scope of this manual is thus mainly on recognition for the purpose of obtaining access to higher education (academic recognition). European Convention on the Academic Recognition of University Qualifications (, ETS No. 32); Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Diplomas and Degrees concerning Higher Education in the States belonging to the Europe Region (); European Convention on the General Equivalence of Periods of University Study (, ETS No.

the facilitation of recognition of foreign qualifications.

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QQI provides advice on academic recognition of foreign qualifications where the qualification is made by a nationally recognised awarding body constituting part of the formal education and training system in the country of origin.

REVIEW OF COMPARABILITY ADVICE. The Lisbon Recognition Convention, officially the Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in the European Region, is an international convention of the Council of Europe elaborated together with the UNESCO.

This is the main legal agreement on credential evaluation in ion: Ratifications including 3 member States of the Council of Europe and/or the UNESCO Europe Region. The Diploma Supplement is designed to help you get your degree recognised, but it cannot guarantee this. If it states that your university uses the ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) - an initiative under the Bologna process - this might go some way towards.

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The network aims to improve mutual academic recognition of higher education programmes. The NARIC offices offer information on the procedures for recognition of higher education diplomas, on national education systems, etc.

The Danish Agency for Higher Education is the Danish centre within the European recognition networks, ENIC and NARIC. The Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in the European Region, also referred to as The Lisbon Convention, is an international agreement signed in the city of Lisbon, Portugal, in Recognition of Qualifications started to appear.

Such convention on the recognition for the European region (Lisbon Recognition Convention, ) became the benchmark for a reconsideration and preparation of new generation conventions for other regions of the world.

And it was hardly a surprise. The adoption.Welcome to the website of the EAR project. EAR stands for the European Area of project is co-funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme and the different ENICs and NARICs that are involved in this project.

The main outcome of this project is the EAR recognition manual, a practical manual containing the standards and guidelines on all aspects of the international recognition of.