Adopted Convention On Mutual Recognition Of Diplomas And Academic Degrees Of Higher Education Between The Republic Of Argentina And The Plurinational State Of Bolivia.
Original Language Title: Apruébase Convenio de Reconocimiento Mutuo de Títulos y Grados Académicos de Educación Superior entre la República Argentina y el Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia.
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AGREEMENTS agreements Law 26.869 adopted Convention on mutual recognition of diplomas and academic degrees of higher education between the Republic of Argentina and the plurinational State of Bolivia. Adopted: June 5 2013 fact promulgated: 3 July 2013 the Senate and Chamber of deputies of the Argentina nation gathered in Congress, etc. they attest to the force of law: article 1 ° - adopted the Convention of recognition mutual of titles and degrees scholars of education upper between LA Republic ARGENTINA and the State multinational of BOLIVIA, held in Cochabamba - State multinational of BOLIVIA - July 18, 2012, which consists of nine (9) articles, which authenticated photocopy part of this law.
Article 2 ° - contact the national executive power. GIVEN IN THE ASSEMBLY HALL OF THE ARGENTINE CONGRESS, IN BUENOS AIRES, DAY FIVE OF JUNE OF THE YEAR TWO THOUSAND THIRTEEN.
-REGISTERED UNDER NO. 26.869 - AMADO BOUDOU. -JULIAN A. DOMINGUEZ. -Gervasio Bozzano. -John H. Estrada.
Convention of recognition mutual of titles and degrees academic of education SUPERIOR between LA Republic ARGENTINA and the State multinational of BOLIVIA La Republic Argentina and the plurinational State of Bolivia, on parties, motivated by the desire to develop relations between the peoples of both countries and cooperate in the areas of education, culture and science , they agree: https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/TStNdXNtWnhERkJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 article I the parties recognize and grant validity to the titles and degrees of higher education awarded by the institutions of higher education officially recognized by the education systems of each State, through the respective official bodies, being in the Argentina Republic Ministry of education and the plurinational State of Bolivia Ministry of education and the system of the Bolivian University represented by the Executive Committee of the Universidad Boliviana (C.E.U.B.) by its regulations on internal force. For such end is shall constitute a Commission Bilateral technical conformed by representatives of them instances competent of each an of them parts, intended to develop a table of equivalences and accreditations that is meet few times it consider necessary to meet the objective intended. The Committee shall meet within ninety days of the date corresponding to the exchange of instruments of ratification. Article II for the purposes of this Convention means recognition the official recognition given to titles or academic degrees issued by institutions of higher education in the educational system of the other State. Article III them studies complete made in the level top in one of them countries signatory of the present Convention will be recognized in the other to them late of the pursuit of them studies of postgraduate, according to it established in the article I. Article IV the Parties shall recognize directly, with clearance for professional practice, the titles of Bachelor degrees equivalent with existing accreditation, the Republic Argentina by the National Commission of evaluation and accreditation (CONEAU) and the plurinational State of Bolivia by the ARCUSUR system or its national accrediting entity, without prejudice to the application of the regulations that each country imposes on its own nationals , in accordance with current legal standards for each occupation. In the case of the careers of higher education that do not meet the accreditation referred to in the first paragraph of this article, it shall apply the legislation in force in the territory of each State party. Both parties undertake to discuss and define criteria and procedures which expedite the process of recognition of those titles that are not resolved directly. Article V each Party shall notify the other, through diplomatic channels, modifications or changes in the system of higher education in their respective countries. In addition, it must update in the official website of the accrediting body or an equivalent, the publication of the list of accredited races and all modification and/or update of the same. When it would raise some controversy in the enforcement and implementation of this Convention, Parties shall have recourse to internal mechanisms laid down in the legislation for the settlement and shall communicate to the other the adopted criterion guaranteeing reciprocity of procedures between the parties. Article VI provisions of this Convention shall prevail above all other current agreement on the matter between the parties at the date of its entry into force. Article VII the Parties shall take appropriate measures to ensure compliance with the Convention by all the involved institutions in the respective countries.
https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/TStNdXNtWnhERkJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 article VIII this Convention shall be subjected to the approval which establishes the legal regime of each country and shall enter into force on the date of the corresponding Exchange of instruments of ratification. Article IX this agreement will have a duration of five (5) years and shall be extended automatically, unless irrefutable notification by any of the parties, which shall take effect after after six (6) months of notification. This Convention may be denounced by either party, by written notification through diplomatic channels which shall take effect six (6) months later of received the respective notification. Made in Cochabamba, the 18 days of the month of July of the year 2012, in two originals, in Spanish, both equally authentic language.
Date of publication: 07/08/2013 https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/TStNdXNtWnhERkJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09
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