Recognition of Professional Qualifications
Recognition of Professional Qualifications in Ireland
Under EU Directive 2005/36/EC for Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications, provisions are made for EU citizens to have their professional qualifications obtained in one EU country recognised in other EU countries.
The Department of Education & Skills oversees the implementation of the EU Directive in Ireland and operates the Irish contact point to aid the mobility of professionals throughout Europe.
If you require any further information you can email the contact point at: email@example.com
Enic (European Network of Information Centres) and Naric (National Academic Recognition Information Centres) were established to improve the recognition of qualifications and periods of study in European countries and beyond – thereby facilitating the mobility of workers, students, teachers and researchers.
QQI (Quality and Qualifications Ireland) hosts the Irish Enic-Naric centre. They provide:
- Advice on the general academic recognition of qualifications gained outside of Ireland
- Contact information for professional recognition bodies where professional recognition of a foreign qualification is required
- Information on the Irish education and training system and promote the recognition of Irish qualifications abroad
You can visit the NARIC Ireland webpage for further information and advice on the academic recognition of foreign qualifications in Ireland and details of how to contact them directly.