29th Annual Joint Meeting of the ENIC-NARIC Networks
The 29th Annual Joint Meeting of the ENIC and NARIC Networks takes place in Dublin, Ireland from 19 - 21 June 2022, when Network members from across Europe will gather to share and discuss the latest insights, practices, and developments in the field of qualification recognition.
Organised by the European Commission, the Council of Europe, UNESCO, Quality and Qualifications Ireland (ENIC-NARIC Ireland), the ENIC Bureau and NARIC Advisory Board, and supported by the Technical Support Team of the ENIC-NARIC Networks, this invitation-only event is a unique opportunity for ENIC-NARIC members from across the continent to discuss and share the latest insights and developments in the field of qualification recognition.
The two-day programme, consisting of plenary and break-out sessions will bring together participants with diverse backgrounds and expertise to discuss and share insights on:
- supporting multilateral cooperation through sharing qualification-recognition information on policies and practices
- providing opportunities for capacity building activities
Please note, this is a members-only event. However, representatives of non-governmental organisations may also be invited to attend the meeting as observers.
Registration is now open please check your emails for information
Combining beautifully restored historic buildings with state-of-the-art facilities, TU Dublin’s flagship campus at Grangegorman offers the ideal location for this year’s ENIC-NARIC Joint Meeting.
Located in Dublin’s newest urban quarter, the campus enjoys strong transport links and a host of amenities and attractions. Grangegorman is a vibrant and rapidly changing area served by a variety of supermarkets and convenience stores, not to mention public and cultural amenities such as the Phoenix Park and the Decorative Arts & History Museum in Collins Barracks.
It also lies within walking distance of the historic neighbourhoods of Smithfield, Stoneybatter and Phibsborough, which offer a variety of attractions including pubs, cafés, restaurants, and shops. And thanks to the Luas light-rail system, you’ll only ever be a few minutes away from the heart of Ireland’s capital city.
For more information, explore the TU Dublin site