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The database is a collection of over 2200 samples of national degree certificates from Higher Education Institutions of the 15 participating countries: Belarus, Belgium-Flemish Community, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Slovenia and Spain.

The database has security features in order to protect the confidentiality and integrity of data, and will be accessible only to authorized credential evaluators of ENIC-NARIC centres from 55 countries (

The diploma samples database would be a useful recognition tool for improving the recognition process:

  • method of control for diminishing fraud or misunderstandings during the recognition process
  • source of information for all ENIC and NARIC centres on the national academic qualifications from other countries, which will increase coherence and make processes more transparent.

ENIC/NARIC centers contribute to the development of mobility of students, teachers and researchers by providing advice and information on the recognition of qualifications and periods of study in other countries.

Financed by the European Commission in the framework of the Erasmus+ programme – Action 3 (Support for Policy Reform), the SCAN-D project started in July 2014 and will be concluded at the end of September 2015.

The SCAN-D project was launched with the main goal to foster knowledge of different Higher education degrees and to promote a better and fair recognition process.

Croatian ENIC/NARIC Office of the Agency for Science and Higher Education is a partner in the Samples & Copies of Academic National DIPLOMAS – SCAN-DIPLOMAS project, which is led by NARIC Italia – CIMEA.