Today the third meeting of the I-Comply project partners took place. The partners discussed the work done and further planned to improve academic recognition across the countries. The representatives of Estonia, Denmark, France, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, and Ukraine participated at the meeting.
On 3 August, in Vilnius, the Minister of Education, Science and Sport of Lithuania Algirdas Monkevičius and the Minister of Higher Education and Science of Poland Wojciech Murdzek signed an agreement between the Government of the Republic of Lithuania and the Government of the Republic of Poland on mutual recognition of qualifications concerning higher education and periods of study.
Aurelija Valeikienė, Deputy Director of SKVC, participated in a meeting of the international Micro-credentials Consultation Group organized by the European Commission by the means of a video conference. During the discussion, the definition of micro-credentials and the instruments ensuring their transparency were discussed.
We invite holders of foreign secondary qualifications who are aiming for admission to state funded places in the Lithuanian universities and colleges to apply with our office for recognition and conversion of grades. Starting from this year, all applications to the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education (SKVC) should be submitted online at https://epe.skvc.lt/.
Changes caused by the pandemic COVID-19 will be taken by the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education into account while providing recognition of the 2020 acquired foreign access qualifications to higher education. Decisions regarding recognition of the qualifications will be taken with regards to the requirements set for the qualifications to enter higher education in their home countries this year.
The Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education (SKVC) informs that as of 16 March, in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, visitors will temporarily be served remotely. Consultations will be provided by phone and email, while applications will be accepted online. Applications for academic recognition of foreign qualifications are accepted via the Electronic Recognition Area (EPE IS).
As of 3 March 2020, all applications for academic recognition are submitted to the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education via the Electronic Recognition Area (EPE IS) on https://epe.skvc.lt/. EPE IS enables the academic recognition procedure online, ensuring the quality of the process and its integrity, the accumulation of existing practice and its uniform application.
Following the completion of the AR-net project coordinated by the Dutch ENIC/NARIC centre NUFFIC and with the participation of the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education (SKVC) as a partner of the project, publications for automatic recognition of qualifications in ENIC/NARIC networks have been released.
On 14 February, a meeting with the students’ representatives of Lithuanian higher education institutions – student forum was organized by the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education (SKVC). During the meeting, students’ involvement in the study evaluation process and other questions were discussed. The representatives of SKVC also introduced the upcoming national student survey system.