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02/21/2017

Launch geodata4edu.ch

geodata4edu.ch ist das neue nationale Portal für...

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02/14/2017

Merkmale der PH und Strategie 2017-2020

Am 1. Februar 2017 hat die Kammer Pädagogische...

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02/01/2017

A National Open Access Strategy: Toward the Unrestricted Publication of Research Output

At its plenary assembly on Tuesday, 31 January...

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01/31/2017

Die europäischen Hochschulen fordern ein sofortiges Überdenken von Trumps Einreiseverbot

Die European University Association EUA ist...

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01/27/2017

Neue Governance für das Zulassungsverfahren für das Medizinstudium

swissuniversities übernimmt künftig mehr...

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01/19/2017

Echange et coopération en recherche et enseignement: opportunités européennes

La Commission recherche et développement de la...

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12/09/2016

SUDAC programme: first call for proposals launched

The swissuniversities Development and Cooperation...

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11/15/2016

EURAXESS website relaunch: we are online

The www.euraxess.ch website has been relaunched...

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11/10/2016

BREF – Brückenschläge mit Erfolg

Die Förderentscheide sind gefallen. Die nächste...

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11/03/2016

Sonderpädagogische Kompetenzen in der Ausbildung von Regelklassen-Lehrpersonen

Die Kammer der Pädagogischen Hochschulen von...

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ENIC/NARIC Network

In 1974 and 1979 respectively the Council of Europe and the UNESCO began to establish  international networks of national recognition information centres in connection with the elaboration and implementation of the higher education conventions. These centres were called NEICs by the Council of Europe and NIBs by the UNESCO. In 1994 the two networks were merged into the ENICs (European Network of National Information Centres on Academic Recognition and Mobility) in order to rationalise administrative activities and economise resources. In 1984 the EU joined up with a network of centres called NARICs (National Academic Recognition Information Centres). For institutional reasons the NARIC network of the EU is still operated separately, as it is specifically set up to do certain tasks which the EU can only conduct in its member states and in EEA countries.

These information centres provide information on the recognition in their respective countries of Swiss qualifications for job purposes.

Addresses of the ENIC/NARIC information centres