Arusha Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications in Higher Education in Africa
The regional convention on the recognition of higher education studies and degrees in Africa was adopted on 5 December 1981 in Arusha, Tanzania, with a view to promoting regional co-operation through the academic mobility of lecturers and students.
- 2000-2005 
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Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver and UNESCO, 2002)Regional Convention on the recognition of studies, certificates, diplomas, degrees and other academic qualifications in Higher Education in the African States
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