During the last week of March 2017 Baltic Science Network has been discussed thorough the Baltic States. The BSN Riga Workshop discussions on widened cooperation were followed by the meeting of Education Science and Culture Committee of the Baltic Assembly in Tartu.
The agenda of the meeting of the Education, Science and Culture Committee of the Baltic Assembly, taking place on 30 – 31 March 2017 in Tartu, covered a number of items relevant to the advancement of performance of higher education and research institutions, such as automatic recognition of diplomas and degrees in the Baltic States, use of scientific infrastructure of the Baltic States. Therefore, the role of advancing a number of these matters via enhanced Baltic Sea Region-wide researcher mobility naturally comes to the fore along with the engagement of the line ministries of the Baltic States in the Baltic Science Network (BSN).
More information and photos of the event are available on the Baltic Assembly's website here.
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