FEEG delegates gathered for the 1st International General Assembly on Gemmology in Paris, on the occasion of the Annual Symposium of the FEEG Symposium 2012 and the 50th anniversary of the ING.
Over the course of two days, FEEG delegates came together to celebrate the achievements of students and discuss the continued growth of the FEEG examniation.
The Federation for European Education in Gemmology (FEEG) was set-up in 1995 to create a pan-European gemmology qualification that would be recognized by all bodies and institutions across Europe.
Every year the graduates of these institutes can participate, in their own language, in a test on their theoretical and working gemmological knowledge to achieve this European certification. Currently FEEG is conducted in ten distinct centers across Europe including, France, Germany, Great Britain, Spain, Belgium and Italy and can currently be taken in 5 different languages.