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Beholder
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Russia,
2017-12-11 14:33

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 BE studies in Belarus_register [Regulatives / Guidelines]

Hi to everybody!

My question is mainly addredssed to members of the forum from Belarus but if sb else have any info I would really appreciate to get a reply. So, is there any register of performed/on-going BE studies which were performed/being performed in Belarus? I tried to find smth on the site of Belarussian center of expertise but with no success. In Russia we have site of FGBU where you can find performed or on going BE studies.

Thank you in advance

Best regards
Beholder
Yura
Regular

Belarus,
2017-12-12 09:01

@ Beholder
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 BE studies in Belarus_register

HI Beholder
No database for external users
Best regards
Beholder
Regular

Russia,
2017-12-12 09:11

@ Yura
Posting: # 18057
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 BE studies in Belarus_register

Hi!

» No database for external users

So, in order to become "internal" user, I need to be an assessor of Center of expertise or register myself somewhere, right? If I need to register myself somewhere than where registration should be made?

Best regards
Beholder
Yura
Regular

Belarus,
2017-12-12 09:25

@ Beholder
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 BE studies in Belarus_register

Hi!
"need to be an assessor of Center of expertise" :cool:
Best regards
Beholder
Regular

Russia,
2017-12-12 13:30

@ Yura
Posting: # 18060
Views: 1,213
 

 BE studies in Belarus_register

Hi!

» "need to be an assessor of Center of expertise" :cool:

What a tough story!

Best regards
Beholder
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