EUA, in partnership with Crue, HRK and Nuffic, organised an online workshop on 21 October. The event was organised in the context of the “Spotlight on recognition” project and was dedicated to key issues in the field of academic recognition.
The workshop was hosted and organised by the Spanish Rectors’ Conference (Crue). It was specifically aimed at vice rectors, directors and staff of Spanish universities who are responsible for academic recognition processes. The event aimed to offer an opportunity to reflect on the current situation and its impact on the implementation of academic recognition in Spain. It was also a chance to discuss actions that can lead to improvement. The event did shed light on the role of Spanish universities and their commitment to improving the implementation of academic recognition processes to advance towards automatic recognition as a fundamental part of the implementation of the Bologna Process and of the European Higher Education Area.
This workshop was preceded by an online focus group on 19 October entitled “Which differences are really substantial?” and a second online focus group on 29-30 November, entitled “The potential of digitally facilitated recognition procedures”. All events were free of charge.
For questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To stay up to date on other activities of the “Spotlight on recognition” project, join the Academic recognition in the European Higher Education Area LinkedIn group, subscribe to EUA’s recognition mailing list and/or follow #SPOT_EU on Twitter.
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