The duties and rights of the Committee for Licensing of Study Programmes

 

According to the amendments to the Cabinet Regulations No. 408 “Regulations Regarding Licensing of Study Programmes” (adopted on 25 July, 2017), Clause 6, the Committee for Licensing of Study programmes:

  • reviews the application by the institution of higher education or the college for the licensing of a study programme (hereinafter – the application);
  • based on the application and the documents attached thereto, the joint report of the experts, as well as other information at the disposal of the Committee, the Committee takes a decision to license a study programme or to refuse the licensing of a study programme;
  • takes a decision regarding the cancellation of the license;
  • decides on making changes in the licence if the name of the institution of higher education or college, the name, code, place, type and form of implementation of the study programme, as well as the language for implementation of the study programme has been changed.

 

According to the Cabinet Regulations No. 408 “Regulations Regarding Licensing of Study Programmes”, Clause 9, the committee for the licensing of study programmes has the following rights:

  • request institutions of higher education or colleges and State institutions to provide information necessary for licensing;
  • visit an institution of higher education or a college in order to become acquainted with the study and informative resources (including the library), as well as the financial and material and technical resources corresponding to the study programme.

The composition of the Committee for Licensing of Study programmes is available here:

The Composition of the Study Accreditation Committee and the Committee for Licensing of Study Programmes