2 edition of Academic recognition of diplomas in the European Community found in the catalog.
Academic recognition of diplomas in the European Community
Edwin H. Cox
by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg
Written in English
At head of title page: Commission of the European Communities.
|Statement||Edwin H. Cox.|
|Series||Collection studies -- no. 10, Aug. 1977|
|Contributions||Commission ofthe European Communities.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||75|
EuropeanTreaty Series-No. Explanatory Report to the Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in the European Region* Lisbon, IV Background 1. The proposal to elaborate a joint Council . achieved abroad. For this reason ECTS ‐ the English acronym for the European Community Course Credit Transfer System ‐ was born, originally as a master plan within the framework of the previous Erasmus + programme, with the aim of promoting academic recognition of studies undertaken abroad. The.
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The academic recognition means recognition of diplomas, qualifications or study periods of any (domestic or foreign) educational institution by another one, either in order to entrance to an advanced study, or in order to reduce the study duties duplication. It’s a very important instrument for a student’s mobility. abroad. For this reason ECTS - the English acronym for the European Community Course Credit Transfer System - was born, originally as a master plan within the framework of the previous Erasmus + programme, with the aim of promoting academic recognition of studies undertaken abroad. The European Commission decided.
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Academic recognition of diplomas in the European Community. Brussels: Commission of the European Communities ; [Washington, D.C.: sold by European Community Information Service],© (OCoLC) Online version: Cox, Edwin H.
Academic recognition of diplomas in the European Community. Academic Recognition of Higher Education Entrance, Intermediate and Final Qualifications in the European Community: Multilateral and Bilateral Conventions, Unilateral Decisions.
Commission of the European Communities, Brussels (Belgium). 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 convincing the Spanish Ministry of Education.
INTEGRATING ACADEMIC RECOGNITION AND QUALITY ASSURANCE:created by the European Commission with the aim of improving academic recognition of diplomas and periods of study in the Member States of the European Union (EU) countries, (e.g.
the European Community and the President of the ENIC Network) can participatein the. Recognition of foreign diplomas and qualifications in the Flemish Community of Belgium.
Foreign students have direct acces to universities/high schools if: they have a Belgian diploma of secondary education. - or a diploma certified as equivalent to it on the basis of: a law, a decree, a European directive or an international convention.
Recognition of Diplomas & Qualifications (European Network of Information Centres), NARIC (National Academic Recognition Information Centres in the European Union), plní funkciu Národného kontaktného bodu pre vnútorný trh.
No automatic recognition. 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.
If you already know that you will eventually want to pursue further studies in a different country, check before you start whether your diploma will be recognised. NARIC is an abbreviation of National Academic Recognition Information Centres.
The network was created in on the initiative of the European Commission and consists of national information centres in all EU and EEA member states and all the associated countries in Central and Eastern Europe and Cyprus.
The National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom UK NARIC Suffolk House Suffolk Road Cheltenham GL50 2ED United Kingdom. The Academic Information Centre is the Latvian representative to the European diploma recognition networks ENIC/NARIC.
Postal address: Vaļņu iela 2, Rīga LV, Latvija. Postal address: Vaļņu iela 2, Rīga LV, Latvija. Recognition of qualifications in the European Union.
The Treaty on European Union makes provision for the free movement of persons in its article number eight. In particular, that freedom of movement is rendered by the right to carry out work as an employee or in a self-employed capacity and the right for young people and students to train in countries belonging to the European Union and countries belonging to the European Economic.
The Community will undertake, through cooperation with the competent authorities in the Member States, the following actions in order to promote mobility through the academic recognition of diplomas and periods of study acquired in another Member State.
The European Union does not require diplomas awarded by one Member State to be recognised as equivalent to those issued by another Member State. The Member States alone are responsible for the content and structure of their education systems. Academic recognition of diplomas in the European Community.
Present state and prospects. Commission of the Etn-opea.n Communi ties. Hoppi tala in the EEC: organisation and te:rminology. The Hospital Committee ot the European Economic Community and Gyldendal : Gerald H.
France and Lesley J. Colquhoun. Recognition of the diploma The College of Europe (Bruges and Natolin campus) is a European educational institution established under Belgian Law.
It is registered with the Flemish Government of Belgium as an institution of higher education. The external endorsement of Cambridge International Diplomas ensures that the global standards in each module match those set within the commercial world today.
For information on specific recognition please refer to the appropriate section of this booklet. The National Centre for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas suspends the program with the public. The requests are sent as follows: recognition files for access to the labor market: through Romanian Post or courier services, - recognition / equivalence files for continuation of studies: through County School Inspectorates, higher education institutions, Romanian Post.
Trends and changes in international recognition of academic achievement in the European Community are examined. The history of international negotiations and conventions concerning recognition, recent initiatives, and prospects for progress are discussed.
(MSE)Cited by: 6. – 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.
Having regard to European Conventions Nos. 15 on the Equivalence of Diplomas leading to Admission to Universities, 21 on the Equivalence of Periods of University Study, 32 on the Academic Recognition of University Qualifications, 49 Protocol to the European Convention on the Equivalence of Diplomas leading to Admission to Universities and.
Recognition of foreign diplomas In the background of mutual recognition of documents there are two processes so called academic recognition and professional recognition. Academic recognition is carried out on so-called school or academic purposes.2.
Community action shall be aimed at: developing the European dimension in education, particularly through the teaching and dissemination of the languages of the Member States, - encouraging mobility of students and teachers, by encouraging inter alia, the academic recognition of diplomas and periods of study.The Department publishes a series of working papers dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of the European Union’s external relations and external aspects of EU internal policies.
The EU Diplomacy Papers offer a platform for debate to visiting professors, staff and students as well as external contributors.