The DigiRec project aims to systematically explore the connection between digitization of student data and the fair and smooth recognition of foreign qualifications.

The result will be a White Paper for the ENIC-NARIC networks that serves three purposes:

  • create a broader understanding in the networks about the effects of digitization on their work;
  • offer new policy perspectives, practical recommendations and guidelines;
  • support individual centres and the networks to develop policies.

The project runs from 1 March 2018 to 28 February 2020. The first project results are expected to be published on this page in the spring of 2019.

Consortium members

The DigiRec consortium is composed of the President of the ENIC Bureau, the President of the Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee, EMREX, the President of the Groningen Declaration Network, and the following ENIC-NARIC representatives:

  • ENIC Canada
  • NARIC France
  • NARIC Italy
  • NARIC Netherlands (coordinator)
  • NARIC Poland
  • NARIC Sweden

More information

For more information about DigiRec, please contact the project coordinators, Ms Jenneke Lokhoff, Ms Katrien Bardoel and Mr Bas Wegewijs, by filling in the contact form or calling +31 (0)70 4260 260.

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