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EU Recognition for Customs academic programmes

On Tuesday, 10 December, the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union hosted a ceremony in Brussels to honour the seven academic programmes which have earned the “EU Recognition for Customs academic programmes” in 2019.

On Tuesday, 10 December, the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union hosted a ceremony in Brussels to honour the seven academic programmes which have earned the “EU Recognition for Customs academic programmes” in 2019.

Representatives from these seven universities received their certificate from the hands of Stephen Quest, the European Commission’s Director General for Taxation and Customs Union. The quality label, which was launched in 2019, aims at recognising those high-quality academic programmes (Bachelors’ and Masters’) which equip students with the optimal competencies to engage in – or further advance in – their Customs career, both in public and in private sectors.

Such recognised academic programmes are expected to significantly contribute to the rise of Customs performance and professionalism.

More information on the “EU certificate of Recognition for Customs academic programmes”.

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Datum publicatie
16 december 2019
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Directoraat-generaal Belastingen en Douane-unie