We continuously work with both Dutch and foreign partners to improve the process of recognising foreign qualifications. This is an overview of these projects.
Streamlining the recognition process
Why is it important to streamline the recognition process? And what types of projects are we involved in as the Dutch ENIC-NARIC centre?
FAIR - Focus on Automatic Institutional Recognition
The FAIR project aimed to improve recognition of foreign qualifications at 22 higher education institutions in Europe.
The DigiRec project systematically explored the connection between digitization of student data and the fair and smooth recognition of foreign qualifications.
The e-VALUATE project aims to contribute to more effective policies for the recognition of new forms of online learning in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
I-Comply - Implementation of LRC Compliant Practices in the EHEA
The I-Comply project aims to improve compliance with the Lisbon Recognition Convention through strengthening national and institutional recognition structures.
The ‘Automatic Recognition in the Networks in 2020’ (AR-Net) project focused on the implementation of automatic recognition in the European Union and the European Higher Education Area.
Support LRC compliant recognition practices in HEIs
Agenda of the peer learning activity on 26 November 2019 at IUAV, Palazzo Badoer in Venice, Italy.
19 May 2020
Reflection document published about how to handle disrupted mobility and admissions.
9 March 2020
Calling academics and their institutions to participate in European project.
24 January 2019
Nuffic has published 6 new descriptions of foreign education systems in recent weeks: Costa Rica, Hong Kong, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg, Tunisia and Venezuela.