Summary chart on academic recognition
List of those countries which are linked to Austria by agreements or memoranda in the field of recognition.
The countries listed up in the chart are countries to which Austria has contractual relations in the field of higher education, whether on a multilateral or on a bilateral basis.
Between Austria and other countries members to the Lisbon Recognition Convention only the latter is applicable in multilateral relations.
● means: This country is a member to the agreement.
○ means: This country has signed but not yet ratified the agreement.
„BGBl.“ means: Austrian Federal Law Gazette.
The quotations for the identification letters in the headlines of the colums read as follows:
A. Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in the European Region („Lisbon Recognition Convention“), BGBl. III Nr. 71/1999.
B. European Convention on the Equivalence of Diplomas leading to Admission to Universities, BGBl. Nr. 44/1957.
C. Protocol to the European Convention on the Equivalence of Diplomas leading to Admission to Universities, BGBl. Nr. 327/1985.
D. European Convention on the Equivalence of Periods of University Study, BGBl. Nr. 231/1957.
E. European Convention on the General Equivalence of the Periods of University Study, BGBl. Nr. 119/1992.
F. European Convention on the Academic Recognition of University Qualifications, BGBl. Nr. 143/1961.
G. Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Diplomas and Degrees Concerning Higher Education in the States Belonging to the European Region, BGBl. Nr. 244/1986.
H. Bilateral agreements on the equivalence of diplomas leading to admission to universities.
I. Bilateral agreements on the equivalence of studies, examinations and university qualifications.
J. Bilateral documents with the character of a recommendation on the equivalence of studies, examinations and university qualifications.