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Recognition of foreign credentials in Poland

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Country Code: P217
Name of Programme: Recognition of foreign credentials in Poland
Organisation responsible for the programme: Ministry of Science and Higher Education
Type of organisation: Ministry
Country: Poland
Web Link: http://www.nauka.gov.pl/szkolnictwo-wyzsze/system-szkolni...
Starting Date 1999
Ending date
Joint initiative involving more than one Ministry? (if applicable) Ministry of Science and Higher Education co-operates with bodies responsible for recognition in Poland. We also co-operate and exchange information on the subject with other Enic-Naric centers as well as answer questions from foreign education institutions and ministries.

Programme Description
General and specific objectives
Provide information on Polish system of education, as well as on recognition of foreign credentials in Poland, evaluate documents of higher education gained abroad, inform students wishing to continue their studies in Poland.
 
Priority actions

 
Management and coordination
Ministry of Science and Higher Education
 
Expected or achieved outputs, outcomes and impacts
Results:
Bilateral agreements signed: Poland – Ukraine (signed in April 2005), in force since 20th June 2006; Poland – Belarus (signed in April 2005), ), in force since 12th December 2005. Bilateral agreement between Poland and Russian Federation is being consulted on.
Bilateral and international agreements on recognition which have already been renounced. Credentials issued during the time when given agreement was in force can be recognized on its basis. This refers to credentials from the following countries:
• Armenia (credentials issued before 6 August 2004)
• Belarus
• Bosnia and Herzegovina (credentials issued before 1 February 2006)
• Croatia (credentials issued before 24 January 2006)
• Cuba (credentials issued before 6 August 2004)
• Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (credentials issued before 1 February 2006)
• Kazakhstan (credentials issued before 29 September 2005)
• Korea (Peoples’ Democratic Republic of Korea) (credentials issued before 6 August 2004)
• Kyrgyzstan (credentials issued before 6 August 2004)
• Libya
• Macedonia (credentials issued before 8 February 2006)
• Moldova (credentials issued before 6 October 2005)
• Mongolia (credentials issued before 6 August 2004)
• Russian Federation (credentials issued before 25 September 2005)
• Serbia and Montenegro (credentials issued before 24 January 2006)
• Syria (credentials issued before 1 December 2006)
• Ukraine
• Uzbekistan (credentials issued before 6 August 2004)
• Tajikistan (credentials issued before 8 December 2005)
• Vietnam (credentials issued before 6 August 2004)
Each year we give above 400 opinions on recognition about diplomas issued during the time when bilateral agreements were in force. Moreover, we give at least twice as many opinions about credentials from the countries not covered by bilateral agreements.
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