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  1. Romanian Education system description at Eurypedia

    The education system is managed at national level by the Ministry of National Education (MEN). In the execution of its specific responsibilities, the Ministry of National Education cooperates at central level with other ministries and institutional structures subordinated to the Government. The general legal framework for the organisation, administration and provision of education in Romania is established through the Constitution, the National Education Law – a fundamental law, ordinary laws and governmental ordinances. ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Romania
  2. Your Europe- Education and Youth

    Your Europe is an EU site designed to help you do things in other European countries – avoiding unnecessary inconvenience and red tape.This can mean moving, living, studying, working, shopping or simply travelling abroad. Or, as a company, doing business abroad.Your Europe offers: information on your basic rights under EU law.how these rights are implemented in each individual country (where information has been provided by the national authorities).free email or telephone contact with EU assistance services, to get more personalised or detailed help and advice. ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Romania
  3. Education & young people in the EU

    Education & young people in the EU Română URL:  https://europa.eu/european-union/life/education-training_en Category: Moving to a country Location: Romania ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Romania
  4. Eurodesk in Romania

    Eurodesk responds to young people's demands for EU funding opportunities as well as mobility opportunities. The Eurodesk information service facilitates free access to European information of interest to young people and those working with young people in 34 European countries. The program is funded by the National Agency for Community Programs in the Field of Education and Vocational Training. ...

    Category: Contacts Location: Romania
  5. National Europass Centre

    The National Europass Centre is responsible for:Development and implementation of the Europass national strategy,Development of Europass and Youthpass information and promotion activities,Providing support for filling-in and issuing the Europass Mobility and Youthpass Certificate,Coordinating the process of issuing of the Europass Mobility together with the issuing institutions,Coordinating the Europass promoters network who organize local information and promotion activities. ...

    Category: Contacts Location: Romania
  6. DK_Qualifications_Framework_Referencing_Report_and_Self-certification_Report.pdf

    DK_Qualifications_Framework_Referencing_Report_and_Self-certification_Report.pdf Referencing the Danish Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning to the European Qualifications Framework b32042 b32042 Referencing the Danish Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning to the European Qualifications Framework 2011 Referencing the Danish Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning to the Euro- pean Qualifications Framework © 2011 The Danish Evaluation Institute Quotation allowed only with source reference This publication is published on: www.nqf.dk and www.eva.dk ISBN (www) 978-87-7958-615-4 Contents Preface 6 1 Summary 7 2 Referencing the NQF to the EQF 9 2.1 The European Qualifications Framework and the referencing process 9 2.2 The relation between the NQF-EQF referencing process and the Qualifications Framework for the European Higher Education Area 10 2.3 Process for referencing the NQF to the EQF 10 3 The Danish Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning 12 3.1 Development and implementation 12 3.2 Purpose and scope of NQF 13 3.3 Structure of the NQF 14 3.4 NQF level descriptors 15 3.5 The NQF key concepts 16 3.6 Overview of types of degrees and certificates 18 3.7 Principles for the inclusion of certificates and degrees 19 3.8 Web edition of the NQF and database of qualification levels 19 4 The Danish Lifelong Learning System and its Qualifications 21 4.1 An overview 21 4.2 Primary and lower secondary school 22 4.3 Upper secondary education 22 4.4 General adult education 24 4.5 Adult vocatio application/pdf attached to:Danish Referencing Report

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  7. Report-FR-NQF-EQF-VF.pdf

    Report-FR-NQF-EQF-VF.pdf 1 Referencing of the national framework of French certification in the light of the European framework of certification for lifelong learning Author: French project working group October 2010 2 Referencing of the French National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) in the light of the European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning. Contents Pages Foreword: “Methodology for drawing up the report”..................................................................................... 4 REMINDER OF THE CRITERIA – EXAMINATION.................................................................................................. 8 I. GENERAL ASPECTS OF THE FRENCH SYSTEM. 9 I.- 1 PRESENTATION OF THE FRENCH EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING SYSTEM FOR LIFELONG LEARNING............................................................................................................................... 9 1.1.1 The French educational system (general education) 9 1.1.2 Vocational training for lifelong learning 12 a. General aspects 12 b. Initial vocational training 12 c. Ongoing vocational training 15 I.- 2 HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL FRAMEWORK, THE RNCP............................................................................... 18 I.-3: CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NATIONAL FRAMEWORK................................................................................... 19 1.3.1. General principles 19 1.3.2. The CNCP, its composition and its missions 20 1.3.3. The RNCP, a single reference tool 20 1.3.4. Uses of the application/pdf attached to:France Referencing Report

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  8. German_EQF_Referencing_Report.pdf

    German_EQF_Referencing_Report.pdf German EQF Referencing Report 13th June 2013 2 Table of Contents Abbreviations.................................................................................................................................... 5 0. Executive Summary....................................................................................................................... 5 1. The German Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning (DQR) and its objectives... 11 2. The education system in the Federal Republic of Germany............................................... 14 2.1. Political responsibilities........................................................................................................ 14 2.2. Design and basic structure................................................................................................... 17 2.3. General education................................................................................................................. 21 2.3.1. Pre-school education: day-care for children............................................................. 21 2.3.2. Primary education: Grundschule (primary school).................................................. 22 2.3.3. Transition from primary to secondary education..................................................... 22 2.3.4. Lower secondary education...................................................................................... 23 2.3.5. Upper secondary education............................................... application/pdf attached to:German Referencing Report

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  9. Latvian Self-Assessment Report 2nd version_May 2012.pdf

    Latvian Self-Assessment Report 2nd version_May 2012.pdf 1 Referencing of the Latvian Education System to the European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning and the Qualifications Framework for the European Higher Education Area Self-Assessment Report Second version Riga, May 2012 Co-financed by: 2 Self-Assessment Report was prepared by the Academic Information Centre in cooperation with the Lifelong Learning Development Division of the Policy Coordination Department of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Latvia. Experts involved in the composing the Report and gathering information: Baiba Ramiņa, director of Academic Information Centre Dmitrijs Kuļšs, deputy director of Policy Coordination Department – head of Lifelong Learning Development Division of the Ministry of Education and Science Gunta Kinta, Coordinator of NCP and ReferNet projects, Academic Information Centre Kristīne Strūberga, director of Quality Evaluation Department of State Education Quality Service Andra Šenberga, deputy head of State Education Quality Service and director of Licensing and Register Department This Report was developed with the support of the European Commission projects EAC-2010-0131 and EAC-2012-0080 “Activities of the EQF National Coordination Points with a view to implement the EQF at national level”. The opinions expressed are those of the author(s) only and should not be considered as representative of the European Commission’s official position. 3 Table of Contents Abbreviations.............. application/pdf attached to:Latvia Referencing Report

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  10. LTQF_EQF_report_ENG.pdf

    LTQF_EQF_report_ENG.pdf Referencing the Lithuanian Qualifications Framework to the European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning and the Qualifications Framework for the European Higher Education Area NATIONAL REPORT 2012 Prepared by the Qualifications and VET Development Centre executing functions of the National Coordination Point in the Republic of Lithuania, based on materials of the project No. EAC-2011-0514 “Activities of EQF National Co- ordination Points with a view to implementing the EQF at national level” in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Science and the Centre for Quality Assurance in Higher Education. The project was carried out with the support of the European Commission and the national budget of the Republic of Lithuania. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this report lies entirely with the authors. The Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein. © Qualifications and Vocational Education and Training Development Centre, 2012 Content Abbreviations................................................................................................................................................................................................................................5 Summary................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... application/pdf attached to:Lithuanian Referencing Report

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