The FraudSCAN database is an instrument that collects the scan copies of fraudulent qualifications received at project partners’ ENIC-NARIC centres.
This provides a basis to credential evaluators in order to carry out assessments and to prevent the circulation and the use of fraudulent qualifications.

The project partners are Belgium Flanders, Denmark, the Netherlands, Estonia, Italy and Sweden.

The samples of the degrees are collected in a database accessible to staff of the ENIC-NARIC centres, set up by the Ministries of education in 55 countries:

Co-Funded by the European Commission in the framework of the Erasmus+ programme - Action 3 (Support for Policy Reform),
the FraudSCAN project started in March 2018 and will end in February 2020.