NOKUT launches a new recognition service for people with higher education qualifications from the Nordic countries who wish to work or study in Norway. Applicants can now download a standardized recognition statement for each of the Nordic countries that details the higher education qualifications that are automatically recognized by NOKUT, and how each qualification compares with Norwegian qualifications. The statement is immediately available for use in job and university applications.
Approximately 200 students from Bangladesh attend Norwegian universities and university colleges. In order to assist Norwegian institutions of higher learning in their work with this group, NOKUT has now gathered information about Bangladesh’s educational system, degrees and NOKUT’s assessment of education from this country in its country database.
On 18 April 2018, Norway and China signed an agreement on the mutual recognition of qualifications in higher education. The purpose of the agreement is to encourage more, as well as academically relevant, exchange agreements between Norwegian and Chinese universities and university colleges.
The University College of Southeast Norway (USN) meets all of the requirements to become a university and NOKUT is therefore following the recommendations of the expert committee that assessed its application.
The People’s Republic of China and Norway have signed an agreement on mutual recognition of qualifications in higher education.
Since the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT) has opened for recognition of vocational education and training from abroad in November 2016, it has received over 1000 applications. On top of the list of those who receive recognition are plumbers and wood products carpenters from Poland.
That is what NOKUT wants to find out when, for the first time, we send out a questionnaire on course quality to around 13,500 vocational school students at 78 vocational schools across Norway.
The GSU List was updated on 15 March. Belize and Dominica, as well as an international qualification, CAPE, have been added to the list. The GSU List specifies the requirements for general university and college admissions certification for applicants educated abroad.
New figures from the Studiebarometeret show that digital tools are not used very much in the teaching provided. At the same time, students are pleased with digital aids when they are actually used.
The advisory group on primary and lower secondary teacher courses has now completed the first round of their regional meetings with the educational environments. Around 150 teacher trainers participated in the seminars in Bergen, Tromsø and Drammen.