|Title:||Guidelines on Fast-Track Recognition of Ukrainian Academic Qualifications|
|Author(s):||Luca Lantero, Serena Spitalieri, Laura Divronskyte, Luca Ferranti, Kateryna Suprun, Valentyna Krasnoschok, Tetiana Vahina, Yevgenia Makarevych|
|Notes:||This publication can also be accessed by visiting the European Commission website.|
This publication was developed jointly by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Information Centre on Academic Mobility and Equivalence (CIMEA) in Italy, ENIC Ukraine (National Information Center for Academic Mobility in Ukraine), and the European Commission. The publication includes a special acknowledgment for ECE Evaluator Tatiana McKenna's contributions.
From the European Commission abstract:
The Russian aggression of Ukraine launched on 24 February 2022 is forcing unprecedented numbers of people, mostly women and children, to flee their homes in search of shelter and safety in other European countries. The education authorities of the host countries are called upon to respond positively to a new and fast-moving reality, and to provide the necessary infrastructure, policies and measures to meet the Ukrainian refugee population’s educational needs.
See this Ministry of Education and Science article for additional context.