Supporting smooth and fair recognition processes in higher education

The Academic Recognition Hub is a database of resources in the field of recognition of qualifications and study periods abroad. The Hub is a space for all higher education professionals and other parties with an interest in policies, processes and good practice in academic recognition. In addition to providing quick and easy access to relevant material, such as legal documents, manuals and reports, it also informs about training and development opportunities.

The Academic Recognition Hub does not include information on recognition of specific credentials or a qualification. Those seeking advice on access to a specific institution should contact the respective institution or the information centre of the country where the institution is located.

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    European Union

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    SeARcH ENGINE project: Strengthening Educational and AwaReness Campaign in Automatic Recognition for Higher Education Institutions – ENGAGE / INFORM / IMPLEMENT

    Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports

    The goals of the project are:

    • Sharing experiences and best practices in the application of European instruments in the field of automatic recognition of secondary and higher education/qualifications between NARIC centers, higher education institutions and other stakeholders.

    • Organization of seminars and training on methods and approaches to automatic recognition in secondary and higher education.

    • Implementation of information and awareness campaign to strengthen the implementation of automatic recognition in the Czech Republic and other countries.

    The project is co-financed by the European Commission from the Erasmus + KA3 program.

    This page provides further information about the project.

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    AdReN project: Automatic Recognition in the Adriatic Region

    Adriatic Recognition Network

    The project AdReN – Automatic Recognition in the Adriatic Region is co-funded by Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. Its main aim is to foster automatic recognition of qualifications in the Adriatic region, starting with the partner countries. This page provides more information about the project.

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    OCTRA project: Online course catalogues and databases for transparency and recognition


    The OCTRA project aims to increase a dialogue with higher education institutions by agreeing on a template of course catalogues and improvement of national qualifications databases and registers that would guide to structured and transparent learning outcomes of higher education qualifications facilitating the automatic recognition. This webpage provides further information about the proejct.

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