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|Published:||2017 in Bonn, Germany|
The topic of ‘pathways’ that make it easier for technical and vocational education and training (TVET) graduates to enter different forms of post secondary and higher education, has recently been receiving much attention by policy makers in many countries across the world.
UNESCO is currently conducting a study on this issue with the view to produce a set of guidelines for policymakers to support reforms in the articulation of TVET and higher education. These guidelines, together with an analytical report, will be published in 2018.
A virtual conference organized from 23 to 27 October 2017 aimed to share experiences and knowledge of this issue, both for the benefit of participants, and to provide input into the wider UNESCO exercise. The virtual conference was attended by 182 participants from 63 countries.