Joint Programmes from A to Z: a Preview

  • Internationalisation of Higher Education Handbook
  • Publication date
    July 2015
  • Topics
    • Partnerships and networks

Internationalisation of Higher Education Handbook, issue 2, 2015

This article aims to offer practical suggestions to those involved in developing or managing joint programmes offered by institutions in different countries and that lead to a joint or multiple degree. The article is based on a new reference guide called Joint programmes from A to Z: a reference guide for practitioners. This article tries to answer practical questions such as: How do you approach joint programme development? How do you manage a joint programme? What are the most crucial aspects that you need to take into account, and at what stage?

This article was published in Issue 2, 2015 of the Internationalisation of Higher Education, an EAIE Handbook. From 2011–2015, the EAIE was the Editor of Internationalisation of Higher Education Handbook, published by Raabe Academic Publishers (Berlin). The EAIE holds joint copyright of all 2015 articles with DUZ Verlags- und Medienhaus GmbH.

— Authors: Rosa Becker, Jenneke Lokhoff and Annika Sundbäck

Table of contents

1. Introduction 106
2. The legal framework 108
3. Development 111
4. Management 116
5. Quality assurance 119
6. Recognition 121
7. Joint doctoral programmes 123
8. Conclusions: Hazardous Joints result in legal action? 125

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