Toolkit for recognition of higher education for refugees, displaced persons and persons in a refugee-like situation (Refugees and Recognition)

Support to NARIC (National Academic Recognition Information Centres) and ENIC (European Network of Information Centres) to improve recognition of qualifications for migrants and refugees. The project Recognition Toolbox involves 5 countries in this specific area.

The Erasmus+ project on establishing a toolkit for recognition of refugees was developed while keeping in mind the NARIC Network’s mandate, in particular as it concerns practices and developing methodologies, and promoting cooperation between members of the network partners. The project, called “Toolkit for recognition of higher education for refugees, displaced persons and persons in a refugee-like situation (Refugees and Recognition)” will run from June 2016 until March 2018. The consortium consists of the following European ENIC-NARIC offices: UK NARIC (United Kingdom), EP-NUFFIC (the Netherlands), CIEP (France), CIMEA (Italy) and ArmENIC (Armenia). The consortium is led by NOKUT.

From 2016-06-01 to 2018-03-31


Coordinator: NOKUT (the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education)

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Accessed On 2022-09-01
Funded / Co-funded KA2 ERASMUS+ Capacity building for Higher Education programme of the European Union
  • UK NARIC (United Kingdom)
  • EP-NUFFIC (the Netherlands)
  • CIEP (France)
  • CIMEA (Italy)
  • ArmENIC (Armenia)

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