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ENIC UKRAINE Digest Online

ENIC UKRAINE recaps 2019 and chalks out its pathway for 2020 in its last in the previous decade and the first in the ongoing decade digest «Recognition of qualifications in Ukraine and worldwide».

2019 will remain in the history of our Centre as the year of our 10th anniversary. We have a lot to be proud of and a lot to be striving for: ambitious international projects, fruitful cooperation with our partners within the ENIC-NARIC Networks and in Ukraine, active involvement into the drafting process and reviewing of the national legislation and international documents concerning education, supporting HEIs in organizing the recognition procedure in compliance with the current legal regulations and the best world practices, steady and high-quality everyday work in verification and recognition service provision, informing and consulting on education systems, academic mobility, building fair, comprehensive and transparent recognition procedures in Ukraine, creating positive image and good reputation of Ukrainian education across the world.

All the above-mentioned and more in the new ENIC UKRAINE digest «Recognition of qualifications in Ukraine and worldwide».

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Start of the international project SCAN-D2


The National Information Centre of Academic Mobility ENIC Ukraine is glad to inform you about the start of an international project SCAN-D2 in Ukraine. The project has been implemented in Ukraine by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

The aim of this project is to collect samples of the national educational documents from the higher educational institutions of 10 member countries: Armenia, Austria, Estonia, France, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Romania and Ukraine. The works are coordinated by the national information Centers and the recognition which are included in the international ENIC-NARIC network. In Ukraine, the project is being implemented by the National Information Centre of Academic Mobility (ENIC Ukraine), the functions of which are performed by the State-owned Company "Information and Image Centre" of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

SCAN-D2 project takes as a basis the successful experience of the previous project SCAN-D, in which information on more than 3000 qualifications from 15 countries was systematized: Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Slovenia and Spain.

The project is supported by the European Commission within the framework of Erasmus +.

We invite higher educational institutions of Ukraine to take part in the project and provide samples of educational documents and the description of qualifications. The availability of such information in the prestigious international database would make the recognition procedure of graduates’ qualifications fromUkrainian higher educational institutions easier and faster abroad.

Information about the qualifications and samples of educational documents are loaded into the unified database, accessible by experts on the recognition of educational documents from different countries.


Check out the invitation letter and fill in the form for participation in the project please.

For more information about the international project SCAN-D2, you can get on the phone: +38 (044) 484-64-25. Contact person - Elena Ruchko (tel: +38 (044) 484-64-25, email: ruchko@enic.in.ua.).