Thursday 28 January, 14.00-15.00 CET 

EUA, in collaboration with Nuffic, HRK and CRUE, is pleased to present this webinar organised in the context of the Erasmus+ funded “Spotlight on recognition” project.

Academic mobility across higher education systems is a key feature of the European Higher Education Area. However, it depends on well-functioning recognition of qualifications and study periods abroad, to which countries have committed themselves through the ratification of the Lisbon Recognition Convention. The Bologna Process has generated several tools aiming to enhance transparency and comparability of credentials and qualifications across higher education systems, such as learning outcomes, the ECTS, qualifications frameworks and the Diploma Supplement, all of which aim to facilitate fair recognition in compliance with the Lisbon Recognition Convention. This webinar will examine these tools and discuss good practices in using them in recognition procedures.

The webinar will be of interest to admissions officers and other staff, including at the managerial level, working in the field of academic recognition and internationalisation at higher education institutions. It will also be of interest to credential evaluators working at ENIC-NARIC centres, as well as students.

Registrations will remain open until the start of the webinar. Participation is free of charge and open to all EUA members as well as other stakeholders with an interest in higher education institutional policy.

Speakers include

  • Howard Davies, Senior Adviser, EUA
  • Marijke Blom-Westrik, Policy Officer, Nuffic
  • Pegi Pavletić, Executive Committee Member, European Students’ Union (ESU)

The webinar will be chaired by Tia Loukkola, Director of Institutional Development at EUA.

A recording of the webinar will be available on the EUA YouTube Channel

For questions about the webinar, please contact EUA at To stay up-to-date on what awaits at the webinar as well as other activities organised in the context of the “Spotlight on recognition” project, follow #SPOT_EU on Twitter or join the “Academic Recognition in the European Higher Education Area” LinkedIn group.



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