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ACSUCYL takes part in the Erasmus + “REC-MAT: Recognition Matters” programme

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12 de diciembre de 2018




ACSUCYL took part in the “Teachers peer training week” of the Erasmus + “REC-MAT: Recognition Matters” programme held from 10 to 14 December 2018 at the University of Valladolid, giving a talk entitled “Towards the accreditation of internationalization”, which formed part of the round table “Academic, Social, Economic and Organizational implications of internationalization” and giving a talk on “Quality Assurance II: Study and Institutional Accreditation”


This programme is coordinated by the University of Oporto (Portugal) and also sees the involvement, in addition to the University of Valladolid on the part of Spain, of the the University of Lille (France), Ghent University (Belgium), the Universidade Estadual Paulista, the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Braxil), the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), the Universidad Nacional del Sur (Argentina), the Universidad Nacional del Litoral (Argentina), el SGroup European Universities’ Network, the Brazilian Association for International Education and the Association of Universities of the Montevideo Group.

The programme seeks to address the principles and procedures involved in academic recognition, the conversion of marks and grades and their transfer, thereby helping to foster mobility between the European Union and Latin-America. Participants include workers from international relations offices at universities as well as the academic staff responsible at higher education institutions.

The programme thus involves teaching staff in practical recognition processes, in an approach between peers that seeks to increase teaching staff awareness of the importance of ensuring full recognition and promoting accurate conversion of marks and grades.

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