816. Recognition of qualifications.

A qualification is a 'recognised qualification' if it is recognised by the General Council1 under the provisions described below2.

Before deciding whether or not to recognise a qualification, the General Council must consult the education committee3. The General Council may by rules4 make provision requiring the education committee to publish a statement indicating matters on which the committee will wish to be satisfied before advising the General Council to recognise a qualification granted, or proposed to be granted, by an institution in the United Kingdom5, and matters which may cause the committee to advise the General Council not to recognise

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