The European Convention On The Equivalence Of Partial Studies At University

Original Language Title: o Evropské úmluvě o rovnocennosti částečného studia na VŠ

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628/1992 Sb.



The communication from the



the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs



The Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs declares that on 15 December. December

1956 was in Paris concluded the European Convention on the equivalence of partial

study on high schools (No 21).



On behalf of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, the Convention was signed in

Strasbourg, 26 June 2003. March 1991.



The instrument of approval of the Convention, the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic of Brazil

was deposited with the Secretary-General of the Council of Europe, the depositary of the Convention,

on 26 April. March 1991.



Convention entered into force pursuant to its article 9, paragraph 1. 2 day 18.

September 1957 and for the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic on the basis of

paragraph. 3 of the same article on 26 February 2000. March 1991.



Czech translation of the Convention shall be published at the same time.



The European Convention



on the equivalence of partial studies in higher education # 21



Governments of Member States of the Council of Europe, signatory to this Convention,



Bearing in mind the European Convention on the equivalence of documents required for

access to the high school, signed at Paris on 11 July. December 1953;



Bearing in mind the European cultural Convention, signed at Paris on 19 December.

December 1954;



taking into account that would significantly contribute to greater mutual

the European understanding if more students, including students

modern languages, could undertake a part of their studies abroad and

If the tests done and courses completed in the course of this study

they can be recognized by these students at universities in their own

countries;



considering that the recognition of partial studies followed in the

foreign countries would contribute to the solution of the problem of the lack of highly

qualified scientists,



have agreed upon the following:



Article 1



1. for the purposes of this Convention, the Contracting Parties are divided into categories according to the

whether the authority, competent to address issues of equivalence at their

the territory is:



and) State;



(b)) high school;



(c)) the State or college depending on the case.

Each Contracting Party shall communicate to the Secretary-General of the Council of Europe, which

authority is competent for the resolution of questions relating to the equivalence.



2. the term "high school" means:



and) University;



(b) institutions regarded as the Contracting Party), on whose territory they are located,

for devices similar to the nature of high schools.



Article 2



1. the Contracting Parties falling within category a) paragraph 1 of article 1 shall recognise the

partial studies completed student studying modern languages at

a University in another Member country of the Council of Europe as being equivalent to the corresponding

a partial study of absolvovanému high school in his own country,

If the leadership of the first high schools published by the student confirm

that ended the referred partial studies satisfactorily.



2. the length of a partial study, in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be determined

the competent authorities of the Contracting Parties.



Article 3



Contracting Parties falling within category a) paragraph 1 of article 1 shall examine the

the procedure for the recognition of partial studies performed at the high school in

the other Member country of the Council of Europe students in other disciplines, other than

modern languages, in particular students, dealing with the Basic or the

applied research.



Article 4



Contracting Parties falling within category a), paragraph 1 article 1 shall be

support a unilateral or bilateral measures the conditions under

which test performed or completion of courses a student during the

study at a University in another Member country of the Council of Europe can be

considered equivalent to a similar test done or similar courses

acts of high school in his own country.



Article 5



Contracting Parties falling within category b) of paragraph 1. 1 article 1 shall send to the text

This Convention leadership of universities located in their territory, and

will encourage to use this line positively assessed and applied

the principles set out in articles 2, 3 and 4.



Article 6



Contracting Parties falling within category (c)). 1 of article 1 shall apply

the provisions of articles 2, 3 and 4 of those universities, for which the State

represents the authority in whose jurisdiction the questions forming the subject

This Convention, and shall apply the provisions of article 5 to those universities,

which are themselves authority within whose scope includes the following questions.



Article 7



Each Contracting Party shall send to the Secretary General of the Council of Europe to

one year after the date on which this Convention has entered into force, a written

notification of measures taken in order to implement the performance articles

2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.



Article 8



The Secretary General of the Council of Europe to the other Contracting Parties to the

the information from each of them received in accordance with article 7 and shall inform the

the Committee of Ministers on the State of implementation of the Convention.



Article 9



1. this Convention is open for signature by the members of the Council of Europe. Shall be subject to

ratification. The instruments of ratification are deposited with the Secretary-General of the

The Council Of Europe.



2. the Convention shall enter into force after the deposit of three instruments of ratification.



3. for each State which has signed the Convention and then ratified after the entry

The Convention entered into force, the Convention shall enter into force on the day on which they were stored

its instrument of ratification.



4. The Secretary General of the Council of Europe shall notify all the members of the Council of Europe on

Convention enters into force, the Contracting Parties which have ratified it,

and of the deposit of all instruments of ratification deposited, which may

occur after the entry into force of the Convention.



5. each Contracting Party may state the territory in which they will be applied

the provisions of this Convention shall, in a declaration addressed to

the Secretary-General of the Council of Europe, it is to the other Contracting Parties.



Article 10



The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe may invite any State which is not

a member of the Council of Europe to accede to this Convention. So, an

State may accede to the Convention by depositing an instrument of accession to the

the Secretary-General of the Council, who shall inform all Contracting Parties. Each

acceding State, for the purposes of this Convention is considered to be the Member State

The Council Of Europe. For each acceding State, this Convention shall enter into force on

the date on which it was saved his document of accession.



On the evidence of the undersigned, duly authorised thereto by their respective to it

Governments, have signed this Convention.



Done at Paris, this fifteenth day of December in the year one thousand nine hundred and fifty-six

in the English and French languages, both texts being equally

authentic, in a single copy to be deposited in the archives of the Council of

Europe. The Secretary-General shall send certified copies of the Convention, each Government,

she signed it or accede to it.