Albania

The 6th Meeting of the Joint ERI SEE – RCC Working Group on Recognition of Academic Qualifications (WG RAQ) was held in Brussels on 13 May 2019, organized by the RCC (Regional Cooperation Council). Representatives of the ministries and ENIC/NARIC centres from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, North Macedonia Montenegro and Serbia participated at the meeting.

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Montenegro

Joint meeting of the Education Reform Initiative of South Eastern Europe (ERI SEE) and the Regional Cooperation Council’s (RCC) Working Group on Recognition of Academic Qualifications (WG RAQ) took place in Podgorica on 27 March 2019.

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Bosnia and Herzegovina

The leaders of the Western Balkans Six (WB6) have recognized the importance of development of automatic recognition procedures of the academic qualifications in the region under the Mobility pillar of the Multiannual Action Plan on the Regional Economic Area (MAP REA) with an aim of endorsing a model for  automatic recognition of academic qualifications at the next Prime Ministers Summit to be held in July 2019 in Poland. To this end the participants agreed on the intense and dynamic plan aimed at defining and agreeing on the model for automatic recognition of academic qualifications ahead of the Summit.

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Albania

Ministers in charge of education from the Western Balkan economies endorsed a set of key principles on automatic recognition of academic qualifications in the region at the 7th Ministerial meeting of the Western Balkans Platforms on Education and Training & Research and Innovation, organised by the European Commission (EC), in Brussels on 26th June 2018. These principles build upon the work of the Joint Regional Cooperation Council (RCC)  and Education Reform Initiative of South Eastern Europe (ERI SEE) Working Group on Recognition of Academic Qualifications (WG RAQ).

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