The results point out that the Diploma Supplement is still not widely known among stakeholders in need of staff holding a doctoral degree. This is partly due to the fact that the Diploma Supplement for the third cycle is not widely used, even in countries fully committed to the Bologna Process. In addition, even among those aware of it, the Diploma Supplement is far from being a means of choice for evaluating the competences of aspirants.

It appears that the need for ‘measuring’ knowledge and skills of future employees, at least in the area of chemistry and related disciplines, is real. In the same context, documentation and shortage are as well asked for. Thus, the Diploma Supplement in a somehow extended or commented form could be a reliable and objective tool of preference for use in the labour market.

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