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National Information Centres

ENIC/NARIC Ísland
ENIC/NARIC Iceland

University of Iceland
Saemundargata 4
101 Reykjavik
Iceland

Phone: +354 525 43 60
Fax: +354 525 43 17
E-mail: enicnaric@hi.is
Web Site: http://www.enicnaric.is
Contact person: Mr. Thordur Kristinsson, Director of Academic Affairs, thordkri@hi.is

National education bodies

Mennta- og menningarmálaráðuneytið
Ministry of Education, Science and Culture
Link(s): Icelandic, English

System of education

Mennta- og menningarmálaráðuneytið
Link(s): English

University education

Mennta- og menningarmálaráðuneytið
Link(s): English

Quality Assurance in Higher Education

Mennta- og menningarmálaráðuneytið
Link(s): English

Post-secondary non-university education

Mennta- og menningarmálaráðuneytið
Link(s): English

Recognised higher education institutions

ENIC/NARIC Ísland
Link(s): English

Policies and procedures for the recognition of qualifications

ENIC/NARIC Ísland
Link(s): English, English

Recognition of Qualifications held by Refugees

ENIC/NARIC Iceland

Refugees who are not able to provide certified diplomas and transcripts or other forms of documentation of their qualifications can apply for a background report. The report describes their educational background and tells how ENIC/NARIC Iceland would normally assess a similar qualification.

Link(s): English

Qualifications Framework

Framework

ENIC/NARIC Ísland
Link(s): English

Self Evaluation Report

Diploma Supplement (DS) Information

Responsible organisation

ENIC/NARIC Ísland
ENIC/NARIC Iceland

University of Iceland
Saemundargata
101 Reykjavik
Iceland



 

Phone: +354 525 5256
Fax: +354 525 4317
E-mail: gf@hi.is
Link: Icelandic, English

Additional information:
All the universities in Iceland have used Diploma Supplements for their graduates since 2005. They all follow closely the template from the UNESCO/Council of Europe/European Commission Working Group and they have all received the Diploma Supplement Label.

Information on DS (legislation, template, chart, etc)

Process of Implementation of the Diploma Supplement
Chart of national higher education structure