Guidelines on fast-track recognition of Ukrainian academic qualifications
June 7, 2022

Guidelines on fast-track recognition of Ukrainian academic qualifications

These new guidelines on fast-track recognition of higher education qualifications for Ukrainians fleeing from Russian aggression and coming to the EU have been developed by the European Commission.

This document has been prepared with the aim of providing concrete support to higher education institutions in the evaluation of Ukrainian qualifications, thus helping to make the most of the skills, knowledge and abilities of the title holders. 

This is another important step to support the integration of workers and students in the host countries.



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