The I-AR project aims to implement fair automatic recognition by offering guidance in policy development on a European and national level. Furthermore, through capacity building, higher education institutions will be encouraged to improve their expertise on automatic recognition.
I-AR caters to the needs of ENIC-NARIC centres, higher education institutions and other actors involved in achieving automatic recognition in the EHEA (rectors conferences, quality assurance organisations, ministries of education, policy makers).
The activities of the I-AR project aim to improve automatic recognition at the European, national and institutional level:
To support the implementation of automatic recognition on a European level, the project will
To support the implementation of automatic recognition at the national level, the project will provide national guidance through improved AR regimes in ENIC-NARIC offices.
To support the implementation of automatic recognition at the institutional level, the project will build capacity for higher education institutions by:
The project runs from September 2020 until April 2023.
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