As part of the European Commission’s consultation on recognition of study periods abroad, EFIL and EEE-YFU have drafted a policy paper outlining the current situation in Europe and putting forward policy recommendations. The findings summarised in the paper come from a study that will be published in Spring.

Our input will feed into the European Commission’s proposal for a Council recommendation on on
promoting mutual recognition of higher and secondary education qualifications and study periods abroad , which will be released on 2nd May with the first series of policy proposals aiming at contributing to an European Education Area.