Admissions officers, credential evaluators and other recognition experts from higher education institutions in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) are invited to take part in a survey to provide their feedback on a new ‘recognition’ manual to be developed over the next two years by the European Area of Recognition – a Manual for the Higher Education Institutions (EAR HEI) project.

The aim of the survey is to identify the needs of admissions officers and credential evaluators – the future end-users – in order to ensure that the manual will become a useful tool in their daily work. The ultimate goal is to ensure fair recognition decisions by higher education institutions.
The EAR HEI project, funded by the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning programme, is being carried out by a consortium led by NUFFIC and consisting of recognition experts and representatives including the European University Association, the Tuning network, the European Students’ Union, the German Rectors’ Conference and the President of the Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee.
The survey will be open until 29 May 2012. To access the survey, click here.