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European Community and recognition of diplomas for professional purposes.

Commission of the European Communities.

European Community and recognition of diplomas for professional purposes.

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Published by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEuropean file -- 13/89
The Physical Object
Pagination11p. ;
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22339434M

English in academic and professional settings has received great attention over the last 50 years, as its use has become a key asset for anyone interested in improving his/her chances of communicating internationally. However, it still offers rich opportunities for teachers and researchers working on English in specific settings. The aim of English for Professional and Academic Purposes 5/5(2). The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment, abbreviated in English as CEFR or CEF or CEFRL, is a guideline used to describe achievements of learners of foreign languages across Europe and, increasingly, in other countries. It was put together by the Council of Europe as the main part of the project "Language Learning for European . The purposes of trade unions, their degrees of autonomy, and even their concept of membership have all to be understood in a specific national context. Similarly, trade unions in the European context also acquire a specific character: they all, to a greater or less extent and more or less willingly, accommodate to the EU’s economic system. The European union of medical specialists (Union européenne des médecins specialists [UEMS]) came into being in order to address the questions raised by European directives (e.g., free circulation of people and services, reciprocal recognition of diplomas Cited by:


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There is no automatic EU-wide recognition of academic diplomas. You may therefore need to go through a national procedure to get your academic degree or diploma recognised in another EU country, if you seek admission to a further course of study there. If you need information on having your qualifications recognised in another EU country, please find national contact points on the website on the Free movement of can tell you more about the national rules, and give advice on exercising your rights.

The European Community and recognition of diplomas for professional purposes. European File 13/89, October   Further information is available on the Your Europe website at the ‘Recognition of academic diplomas‘ webpage.

Recognition of professional qualifications. In the context of the free movement of professionals, Directive /36/EC sets up the legal framework for the recognition of professional qualifications.

FAQs - Recognition of academic diplomas. I'm trying to get my degree from a Dutch university recognised in Spain. The Spanish Ministry of Education has asked me to provide confirmation that my Dutch university follows the Bologna process.

I thought the Diploma Supplement would be enough, but the Spanish authorities say it isn't. Recognition of Diplomas & Qualifications. If you need information on having your qualifications recognised in another EU country, please find national contact points on the website on the Free movement of professionals.

They can tell you more about the national rules, and give advice on exercising your rights. The Academic Information Centre is the Latvian representative to the European diploma recognition networks ENIC/NARIC.

Postal address: Vaļņu iela 2, Rīga LV, Latvija. Phone: + 67 22 51 E-mail: aic[at] Cambridge International Diplomas at Standard Level are part of a broader family of Cambridge Professional Level Diplomas are designed for people working at junior or middle management level.

funded by the Greek government and the European Union - 3rd Community. Centre on Recognition of Diplomas (CRD) is part of ENIC (European Network of Information Centres) and NARIC (National Academic Recognition Information Centre) in the European Union and acts as national contact point for recognition in EU and National Centre for Europass.

The Diploma Supplement is a document conceived by the European Commission, the Council of Europe and the UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) to improve international transparency as well as academic and professional recognition of qualifications.

European Community legislation provides for automatic recognition of qualifications though the application of sectoral directives for various relevant professions, mainly in the medical or paramedical sectors. For other regulated professions, the European Commission has adopted two directives, 89/48 CEE and 92/51 CEE.

Recognition of the diploma The College of Europe (Bruges and Natolin campus) is a European educational institution established under Belgian Law. It is registered with the Flemish Government of Belgium as an institution of higher education.

decisively European mobility of students and people in training. It has also contributed to the promotion of learning Community languages and to the development of communication between European citizens (see annex 2).

The basis of this White Paper is the concerns of every European citizen, young orFile Size: KB. Directive /36/EC on the recognition of professional qualifications sets out the rules as to how this must be done on the basis of professional activities carried out rather than title.

The sectoral professions (medical professionals, architects etc.) benefit from automatic recognition of their qualifications. PropertyFile Size: KB. European Communities Act (2) in relation to measures relating to recognition of higher- education diplomas or formal qualifications required for the pursuit of professions or other occupations, in exercise of the powers conferred on her.

team to The European Communities (Recognition of Professional Qualifications) (Second General System) Regulations Any changes that have already been made by the team appear in the content and are referenced with annotations. (See end of Document for details) View outstanding changes Application.

The network aims to improve mutual academic recognition of higher education programmes. The NARIC offices offer information on the procedures for recognition of higher education diplomas, on national education systems, etc. The Danish Agency for Higher Education is the Danish centre within the European recognition networks, ENIC and NARIC.

The academic recognition means recognition of diplomas, qualifications or study periods of any (domestic or foreign) educational institution by another one, either in order to entrance to an advanced study, or in order to reduce the study duties duplication.

It’s a very important instrument for a student’s mobility. UNSPECIFIED () The European Community and Consumers. European File 13/79, July-August [EU Commission - Brochure] UNSPECIFIED () The European Community and education. European File 18/79, October [EU Commission - Brochure] UNSPECIFIED () The European Community and the environment.

European File 4/79, February. S.I. 1 of EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES(GENERAL SYSTEM FOR THE RECOGNITION OF HIGHER EDUCATION DIPLOMAS) REGULATIONS, I, MARY O'ROURKE, Minister for Education, in exercise of the powers conferred on me by section 3 of the European Communities Act, (No.

27 of ), and for the purpose of giving effect to Council Directive No. Recognition shall be granted in favour of Community nationals for the purposes of pursuing in Italy, in a self-employed capacity or as an employed person, the profession corresponding to that for which they are qualified in the country which issued the diploma.

Mutual Recognition: Problem Solving Instances. The U.S.A. should designate a centre that will represent it in the ENIC network, one that could be, inter alia, the U.S. partner in mutual recognition problem and when a problem arises in the recognition of qualifications between a European country and the U.S.A., the respective two national information centres.

(5) Whereas Council Directive 89/48/EEC of 21 December on a general system for the recognition of higher-education diplomas awarded on completion of professional education and training of at least three years' duration(4) and Council Directive 92/51/EEC of 18 June on a second general system for the recognition of professional.

on the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals for the purposes of highly qualified employment THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular points (3)(a) and (4) of the first should not include the time required for the recognition of professional.

European Communities Act (b) in relation to recognition of higher-education diplomas, formal qualifications, or experience in the occupation, required for the pursuit of professions or occupations, in exercise of the powers conferred on her by that section, hereby makes the.

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The aim of English for Professional and Academic Purposes is to offer an overview of several topics within the field of discourse analysis applied to English in academic and professional domains.

The book compiles contributions from different origins, ranging from Japan to the USA and several European countries, and covers English as a native Format: Paperback. (such as extradition and the recognition of diplomas) as well as new chal- lenges posed by scientific and technological development (for example, data File Size: 1MB.

L Council Directive 96/26/EC of 29 April on admission to the occupation of road haulage operator and road passenger transport operator and mutual recognition of diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications intended to facilitate for these operators the right to freedom of establishment in national and international transport operations.

Article 57 of the Treaty on European Union empowers the Council of Ministers to issue directives for the mutual recognition of diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications, and for the co-ordination of national provision concerning the taking up and pursuit of activities as self-employed persons.

The Department publishes a series of working papers dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of the European Union’s external relations and external aspects of EU internal policies.

The EU Diplomacy Papers offer a platform for debate to visiting professors, staff and students as well as external contributors. Documents you need for travel in Europe Travel and coronavirus. Check what travel documents you'll need to cross the border into another EU country.

And find out what documents you need for your spouse, children or other relatives if they are not EU nationals. Recognition of diplomas When it comes to recognising the equivalence of qualifications, a fundamental difference is made between academic qualifications and professional qualifications.

Responsibility for decisions on recognising academic qualifications lies with further education institutions (admission, continuation of studies). you will normally remain tax-resident in your home country if you spend less than 6 months a year in another EU country.

Check tax rates, contact details of tax authorities, definitions of tax residence in the different EU countries: Austria at de en. Belgium be de en fr nl. Bulgaria bg bg en. Croatia hr en hr. Cyprus cy el en. Czechia cz cs en. Mutual recognition of law degrees, primary law system, distinction between the recognition for academics purpose and professional purposes, duty to.

Directive /36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 September on the recognition of professional qualifications (Text with EEA relevance) Directive /3.

2 Recognition of Bologna Master’s Degrees in Europe / SO2 NAR This research project report is published by UK NARIC. The project has been funded with support from the European Size: KB. The Community of Portuguese Language Countries (Portuguese: Comunidade dos Países de Língua Portuguesa; abbreviated as the CPLP), also known as the Lusophone Commonwealth (Comunidade Lusófona), is an international organization and political association of Lusophone nations across four continents, where Portuguese is an official language.

The CPLP operates Headquarters: Penafiel Palace, Lisbon, Portugal. Like other specialties within the European Union (EU), General Surgery is regulated by the EU Professional Qualifications Directive /36/EC, which provides for automatic mutual recognition in the European Community for European nationals whose name appear on their national Specialist register.

Various things need to be borne in mind if you wish to work as an engineer in Germany. “Recognition in Germany” explains the particular circumstances relating to engineering professions and describes what you need to do if you wish to have your professional.

Best Colleges for an IB Diploma, Colleges and Universities, 1 replies How US Uni rate IB Diploma, Colleges and Universities, 2 replies How important is name recognition in a diploma?, Colleges and Universities, 18 replies European Master Diploma, Colleges and Universities, 10 replies.A special committee was set up in to oversee the implementation of the Lisbon Recognition Convention.

The Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee has members from each Party to the Lisbon Recognition Convention, and several other countries and organisations (e.g. the European Community and the President of the ENIC Network) can participate.European Commission Directorate-General for Trade Consolidated version of the Agreement between the European Community and the Swiss Confederation on mutual recognition in relation to conformity assessment (14 April ) This document is meant purely as a documentation tool and the Commission and its servicesFile Size: KB.