Tokyo Convention parties want online learning recognised / University World News
In a special statement on COVID-19 issued on 11 November, the parties to the Tokyo Convention on the recognition of qualifications in the Asia-Pacific have called for “fair and transparent recognition” of studies and qualifications, including a push to recognise qualifications “obtained through non-traditional learning and partial studies” in order to avoid further disruption to education and student mobility.
The convention “will help minimise further disruption to all students and graduates through fair and transparent recognition of studies and qualifications”, it said.
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