Aloys Krieg: The future will be digital and international – a culture change in academic recognition
Higher education graduates are faced with an ever-growing expectation to be digitally apt and well versed in an international environment. As Aloys Krieg of RWTH Aachen University points out, these topics are closely linked to the need for fair and smooth recognition processes – both for study periods abroad and the qualifications obtained.
This article was originally published in German on the HRK website. It was republished in English in the context of the EUA-coordinated “Spotlight on recognition” project, in cooperation with project partner HRK.
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