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Opportunity for UK HEIs to test new admissions tool

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As part of the Allocating Credits to EU Professional Training Programmes (ACEPT) project, UK NARIC is seeking a number of UK higher education institutions to test the usability of a recognition tool this autumn. This tool could be used by admissions officers to facilitate the recognition of professional training programmes.

If you are from a UK university or HEI and would be interested in participating in the testing, please email e4@naric.org.uk.

The project partners of ACEPT have collaborated in developing this tool, and aim to test and modify it in the coming months. 

The latest progress meeting for the ACEPT project was held in Malta on 14 May, hosted by the Maltese NARIC together with representatives from the ENIC-NARICs in the UK, the Netherlands, Latvia and Croatia.

As the project coordinator, UK NARIC presented on the current issues that are arising in devising a methodology to allocate credit to professional training programmes. This was discussed and the next steps agreed upon.

The feedback from the testing of the tool will inform the next development phase, in 2020.

30/05/2019 11:18:00
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