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Belarusian and British institutes of higher education to sign agreement on mutual recognition of diplomas

Belarusian and British institutes of higher education to sign agreement on mutual recognition of diplomas
By Svetlana Sokolova

Belarusian and British institutes of higher education to sign agreement on mutual recognition of diplomas


The Magna Carta Business School in Oxford and ABE (Association of Business Executives) are to sign an agreement on mutual recognition of diplomas with Belarusian institutes of higher education. The Chief Executive Officer of Magna Carta Oxford, Vadim Titov, tells us, “Belarus is to sign the agreement at the 1st International European Quality Education Forum, which is taking place in Minsk in early April.”

Experts from Belarusian and English educational institutions are to examine the structure of subjects and volume of academic hours — to ensure compliance. The addition or removal of certain subjects or hours is likely, so a working group will reconsider specialities and modules as part of the agreement.

Mr. Titov notes that one obstacle may be the fact that some Belarusian institutions of higher education do not provide courses in English. However, he emphasises, “Even the recognition of diplomas will help inspire other Belarusian institutions of higher education to carry out teaching in English. This can only help Belarus remain stable, quiet and safe — at the centre of Europe. It will also surely become more attractive on the international education market.”
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