News about recognition of foreign qualifications in the Nordic countries - and related issues
Report highlights activities in relation to refugees and newly arrived immigrants
The Danish ENIC/NARIC office continues as part of a new government agency
The number of ordinary assessments continued to increase in 2015.
Assessment figures continued to increase in 2014.
Assessment activity on the rise according to annual report.
The Danish ENIC/NARIC office is now a part of the Danish Agency for Higher Education.
The Danish ENIC/NARIC office issued around 5000 assessments of foreign qualifications last year.
New joint website for the Danish Higher Education Ministry
NOKUT's report on Eritrea and Ethiopia gives an overview of developments in the two countries' higher education systems.
In October 2012 the Swedish ENIC-NARIC office conducted a study visit to Germany.
In October 2012, the Swedish and the Finnish ENIC-NARIC offices conducted a study visit to Greece and Cyprus.
Danish employers can now get a fast-track assessment from the Danish ENIC/NARIC office when they consider employing a holder of foreign qualifications.
Facts and figures about recognition in Denmark are available in the 2010 report, which was published recently.
The Norwegian ENIC/NARIC office has carried out a survey of user satisfaction with recognition services.
The Norwegian ENIC/NARIC went into 2010 with a new strategy, new organizational structure and new web pages.
The Swedish National Agency for Higher Education has published a report on credential evaluation and the recognition of foreign teaching qualifications.
2009 saw a continued growth in the number of people having their non-Danish qualifications assessed by the Danish Agency for International Education.
The Finnish National Board of Education has published new material about the recognition of qualifications in Finland.
INVIA is a new national information centre that provides information about the Norwegian authorisation and recognition systems.
The Norwegian ENIC/NARIC handles a growing number of applications.
CIRIUS becomes the Danish Agency for International Education.
NORRIC organised a study visit to Ukraine in April 2008.
Norric.org has moved.
Sweden and Denmark are among the countries studied in a project recently completed by the Dutch NARIC (Nuffic), UK NARIC, the French NARIC (CIEP) and the Swedish NARIC (Högskoleverket).
A new report from the Nordic Quality Assurance Network (NOQA) provides an overview of how the concept of learning outcomes is being used in the Nordic countries.