Tuesday, 24 February 2015

REVIEW: Project "Baltic Education"

Europe is growing together and as a result new opportunities rise with increased productivity, growth, cultural diversity, innovations, new markets and products. But the European Union is still characterised by labour market barriers which are affecting cross-border labour market mobility and the EU-principle of the freedom of movement of labour and establishment.

Objective of the Baltic Education Project
One reason for the imperfect cross-border labour mobility is the lack of the mutual recognition of vocational education and training. In order to address this shortcoming of EU institutional agreements the Hanseatic Parliament has introduced the project "Baltic Education". Objective is to develop, implement and achieve a system of mutual recognition of vocational education and training. This will be done by the implementation of the European Credit Transfer System for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET). This approach will be tested through the pilot project, co-financed by the European Union within the Leonardo da Vinci programme.


A scientific journal JBSE issued by the SMC “Scientia Educologica”, Lithuania, emphasizes theoretical, experimental and methodical studies in the field of science education and related areas. JBSE is an international academic journal. In order to maintain the high standards appropriate to such a journal, all contributions received are submitted for anonymous review by two experts, additionally to review by the Editor. The decision of the Editor on the acceptance of articles is final and no correspondence can be entered into on reasons for rejection of a submitted contribution.

See more: http://www.jbse.webinfo.lt/journal.htm

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