The Republic of Moldova will accede to the Global Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications in Higher Education adopted in Paris. To date, it has been ratified by 22 countries. The bill providing for this was discussed at the September 20 meeting of the Committee on Culture, Education, Research, Youth, Sports, and Media.
The purpose of the Convention is to facilitate academic and professional mobility between regions and enhance international cooperation in higher education by establishing a global instrument for defining standards. Therefore, with our country’s accession to this Convention, students from the Republic of Moldova and academic staff opting for mobility programs will benefit from more opportunities.
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According to the Parliament, higher education institutions will be fully integrated into the international circuit of educational services and connected to international networks for information and qualification recognition.
The Global Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications in Higher Education was adopted in 2019. To date, it has been ratified by 22 countries, including France, Iceland, Japan, Norway, Sweden, Romania, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, etc.