The National Center for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas participated today, December 18, 2020, together with representatives of the ENIC-NARIC Centers in Italy, the Netherlands and France, in the second online working meeting of the DEQAR CONNECT project.
As a member of the ENIC / NARIC networks, CNRED participated yesterday, December 9, 2020, in the annual meeting of the Member Centers of the NARIC networks (National Centers for Academic Recognition and Information), organized by the European Commission, with the support of the European Council and UNESCO.
UNESCO celebrated yesterday, November 25, a year after the signing of the Global Convention on the Recognition of Higher Education Qualifications, attended by representatives of the signatory countries, including Romania, through the National Center for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas.
Until 31 December 2020, when the transition period for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the EU takes place, the recognition of diplomas and professional qualifications obtained in Great Britain by Romanian citizens and their family members is carried out under the same conditions. applicable to EU citizens, in accordance with relevant European and national regulations.
On November 5, CNRED representatives joined, as every year, the Union of Liberal Professions in Romania, at the "Day of Liberal Professions in Romania", which, this time, took place online under the theme "Exercising the liberal professions in the conditions of digitization”
CNRED started yesterday, on October 26, the online training sessions for the representatives of the County School Inspectorates regarding the procedures for equivalence of the study periods carried out abroad.
The Ministry of Education and Research, through the National Center for Recognition and Equivalence of Diplomas (CNRED), has become a partner in the European project "Comparing qualifications for a fair recognition 2 (QUATREC 2)", funded by Erasmus+, action 3, project for members of the ENIC/NARIC network of national recognition centers.
The European Commission recently published the Single Market Scoreboard - 2020 edition, which highlights all Romania's indicators for 2019, including on Administrative Cooperation between Member States through the Internal Market Information System (IMI System) - the Professional Qualifications module.
During the transitional period, until 31 December 2020, the recognition of diplomas and professional qualifications obtained by British citizens and their family members shall be carried out under the same conditions as EU citizens, in accordance with relevant European and national regulations.
At the invitation of the American Councils for International Education, Romania Branch, CNRED representatives participated, on June 6 a.c., in an online meeting with the new generation of FLEX Romania scholarship holders 2020-2021.