On June 4-5 in Gloucester, Great Britain, ANQA staff participated in a workshop dedicated to introduction of transnational education.
The workshop was held within the TEMUS program “Promoting quality and recognition of transnational education in Armenia and Georgia”.
During the two days of the workshop the representatives of Armenia, Georgia, Belgium, France and The Great Britain presented the process of introduction of transnational education in their countries, they also discussed current challenges, potential problems with the law and preparations for further developments.
ANQA’s director Ruben Topchyan made a report on “National regulatory frameworks in Armenia- what we need to consider in designing the methodology”.
Armenian universities providing transnational education also participated in the workshop.