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DEQAR CONNECT - Enhancing the Coverage and Connectivity of QA in the EHEA through DEQAR

The project focuses on two of the EHEA key commitments while supporting quality assurance and recognition inside the EHEA. It covers two main strands: Expanding coverage to EHEA countries currently under-represented in DEQAR, by supporting the participation of agencies that could not join DEQAR in the first stage. Enhancing connectivity by exploiting existing synergies and exploring new opportunities to use DEQAR data directly in the recognition workflow, digital credentialing and elsewhere. CIMEA is a partner of the project and participates in the development of individual activities and final results.

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MICROBOL - Microcredentials linked to the Bologna key commitments

The specific objective of this project is for governments and stakeholders to explore, within the Bologna Process, whether and how the existing Bologna tools can be used and/or need to be adapted to be fit for microcredentials. A common European framework for microcredentials will be proposed. CIMEA is a partner of the project and participates in the development of individual activities and final results. CIMEA is a partner of the project and participates in the development of individual activities and final results.

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TPG-LRC - Thematic Peer Group on the implementation of the Lisbon Recognition Convention in EHEA countries

The objective of the TPG-LRC project is to foster the full implementation of the Lisbon Recognition Convention (LRC) in the EHEA countries being part of the Thematic Peer Group B (TPG B), which the one of the three thematic groups established to facilitate the implementation of the Bologna key commitments in the period 2018-2020.

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TPG-LRC CoRE - TPG-LRC Constructing Recognition in the EHEA

The TPG-LRC Constructing Recognition in the EHEA (TPG-LRC CoRE) project aims to support the implementation of the Bologna Process focusing on its key commitment 2 on national legislation and procedures compliant with the Lisbon Recognition Convention in the countries of the Thematic Peer Group B (TPG B).

All project activities, which will be carried out through a peer-to peer approach, will be focused on the priorities enshrined in the Rome Communiqué and built on the work done within the previous TPG-LRC project. Against this background, project partners will be working on the “6 specific thematic indications” for the TPG B, with particular emphasis on alternative pathways, digital technology for the recognition agenda and the Diploma Supplement, and automatic recognition.

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