This publication sets out the Council of Europe's legal standards for the recognition of higher education qualifications, developed jointly with UNESCO (known as the Lisbon Recognition Convention (1997)). It contains the texts of the Convention, and subsidiary texts adopted under the Convention including those relating to: international access qualifications (1999); criteria and procedures for the assessment of foreign qualifications and periods of study (2001); the provision of transnational education (2001); and the recognition of joint degrees (2004).It is, for example, unreasonable that the assessment of a foreign qualification should cost a substantial part of an ... It may, for example, not be necessary for the applicant to provide detailed translation of curricula. ... This could apply to documents issued in widely spoken languages, in languages which are linguistically close to the language(s) of the host country, ... rendered by one alphabet or writing system in another alphabet or writing system, such as rendering a word written in theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Standards for Recognition|
|Publisher||:||Council of Europe - 2005|