2 edition of Mutual recognition of diplomas and professional qualifications. found in the catalog.
Mutual recognition of diplomas and professional qualifications.
At head of title: 1992: the Single European Market.
|Other titles||1992: Single European Market., Single European Market.|
|Series||Briefing series -- 1|
|Contributions||Commission of the European Communities.|
|The Physical Object|
The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) and the China Securities Regulatory Commission signed in December the "Mainland/Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement - Arrangements relating to Qualifications of Securities and Futures Industry Practitioners". For details of the arrangement for mutual recognition of professional. The procedure for the recognition of academic qualifications obtained abroad (foreign university diplomas and other certificates of completed university education, e.g. certificates of completion of part of university studies, hereinafter “certificates”) differs in cases where a bilateral agreement on mutual recognition of university diplomas and scientific and academic degrees (“mutual.
Recognition of Foreign Qualifications: Professional Recognition. NOTE: The U.S. Department of Education and USNEI do not evaluate foreign degrees or qualifications. Please DO NOT submit requests for such evaluations to us or submit diplomas or other records for review. Refer to the LINKs below. See. Visiting the United States. Recognition of diplomas issued in Liechtenstein. For information about the recognition of further education diplomas issued in Liechtenstein please contact one of the national information centres. These national information centres can be found in all European countries as well as in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Israel.
the mutual recognition of diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications; Dutch In de tweede plaats leiden problemen bij de erkenning van diploma 's tot reusachtige beperkingen. more_vert. Professional and academic quali-fications attained in two or more states might vary signifi-cantly. The differences in education systems, examination standards or experience requirements often hinder the recognition of qualifications on a regional or a multilateral level. The Mutual Recognition (MR) of qualifications, however, isFile Size: KB.
MUTUAL RECOGNITION OF DIPLOMAS WHAT EXISTS TODAY Initiated inthe intergovernmental Bologna Process has facilitated, but not ensured, the mutual recognition of diplomas in higher education across 48 countries. The common European Credit and Transfer System regulates the accumulation and transfer of higher education study credits, so thatFile Size: KB.
It sets out the obligations placed upon them by the revised Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications Directive /36/EC. These regulatory bodies are. The recognition of professional qualifications laid down in Directive /36/EC enables the free movement of professionals such as doctors or architects within the EU.
Other professions such as sailors or aircraft controllers do not fall under Directive /36/EC and are governed by specific legislation. The main European legal instruments covering the mutual recognition of professional qualificationsis: Directive /36/EC on the recognition of professional qualifications.
The directive covers the European Economic Area and has been amended several times. The directive provides a modern EU system of recognition of professional experience and promotes automatic recognition of professional.
Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications in Ireland. Under EU Directive /55/EU for Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications, provisions are made for EU citizens to have their professional qualifications obtained in one EU country recognised in other EU countries.
Professional qualifications This section concerns the recognition of academic qualifications. A different set of EU rules govern the recognition of professional qualifications in other EU countries – that is, degrees giving access to a profession, such as nursing or the law.
MUTUAL RECOGNITION OF QUALIFICATIONS [CAP. 3 (a) the evaluation of diplomas;(b) the provision of assistance to designated authorities,learning institutions and individuals, counterpart bodies and other interested parties in the comparative.
As discussed in Chapter 1, the recognition of qualifications and the development of qualification frameworks are key elements of higher education reform in the functional approach of the FOPA model.
Policies that enable the recognition of qualifications are normally established at the national, bilateral, sub-regional and regional by: 1. In turn, the concept of mutual recognition should lead to enhancement of professional competence based on the need for adapting to professional standards and codes of conduct adopted in different countries.
THE FIG APPROACH There is an attraction in developing and extending the principle of mutual recognition of professional qualifications. Mutual recognition theoretically covers the various components of professional qualifications: professional education sanctioned by diploma, professional experience, and formal licensing or certification requirements -- including examination and membership of professional association.
Recognition of foreign diplomas and professions. You apply for recognition of your professional qualifications with the competent authority for your profession. You can find the contact details of the authority for your profession in the database. recognition of professional qualifications.
Directive /36/EC on the recognition of professional qualifications simplifies and concentrates the system of mutual recognition of the professional qualifications in one legal regulation. It pre-serves the principles of the general system for recognition of professional qualifications and also.
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS The European Union (Recognition of Professional Qualifications) Regulations Made - - - - 17th December Laid before Parliament 21st December Coming into force - - 18th January CONTENTS PART 1 General Provisions 1. Citation and commencement 2.
Interpretation 3. Application Size: KB. Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications. 2/15 Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications Frances PLIMMER, United Kingdom.
INTRODUCTION Globalisation of markets for professional services is a reality, and professions must respond accordingly. Surveying, as a profession, is fragmented. It retains its national origins, both in. A GUIDE TO THE RECOGNITION OF PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS IN THE EU you need to know about the recognition of professional qualifications" which is available at National Contact Point for the Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications 9, entos Size: KB.
SinceEU provisions for the mutual recognition of professional qualifications have also applied to some of the member nations of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). Inthe EU and EFTA nations— collectively referred to as the European Economic Association (EEA)—to which these provisions applied were: Austria, Belgium.
Idea: Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications as part of a mobility package 1. Market access: the basic requirement and traditional focus in Free Trade Agreements 2. Domestic regulation / Recognition of qualifications: equally essential 3.
[Visa issues] 7File Size: KB. You don't need to apply for recognition of professional qualifications except for professions having health and safety implications. However, your may need to submit a prior written declaration (paper or electronic) in the country you're going to before you can practise your profession.
The mutual recognition of professional qualifications enables the free movement of professionals such as doctors or architects within the EU, allowing them to move across borders and practice their occupation or provide services abroad. Mutual recognition agreements are one of.
These Regulations transpose Directive /36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as updated by //EC in respect of professional qualifications in Bulgaria and Romania as regards the general regime for mutual recognition of professional qualifications obtained in another Member State of the European Union, or, in certain.
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.
This article investigates the recognition of Polish nursing qualifications in the EU, studying the directives for mutual recognition of nursing qualifications, negotiations over Poland’s Accession Treaty, and efforts by the Polish Chamber of Nurses and Cited by: 4.89 H. Horak, N. Bodiroga-Vukobrat, K.
Dumančić: Professional qualiﬁ cation and diploma recognition in EU law monization,5 that is, an automatic recognition system has been established for the aforementioned regulated professions in a way that training in these pro-fessions has been harmonized.
6 Furthermore, a number of directives have been adopted, related to various activities such as Author: Hana Horak, Nada Bodiroga-Vukobrat, Kosjenka Dumančić.