Solutions for joint-programme success, part 1: planning and development

  • Fee
    Free download
  • Topic(s)
    • Mobility
    • Management
    • Leadership & strategy

What you’ll learn

Release date: 08 June 2017

Joint programmes present enormous internationalisation opportunities, but higher education institutions are often reluctant to pursue them because of financial concerns and the myriad of challenges involved in their development. This 75-minute webinar will detail the multitude of benefits derived from successful joint programmes as well as provide the valuable tools and information you need to overcome these obstacles and work to create successful programmes – starting from the planning phase. You’ll learn how to identify and approach suitable partners, develop joint curricula, and gain stakeholder buy-in. Mobility pathways, quality assurance and accreditation, consortium agreements and much more will be covered. By the end of this information-packed webinar, you’ll come away with an acute understanding of good practices, valuable tools and information sources, and a variety of funding schemes for developing joint programmes.

  • Gain insight into the added value of joint programmes from multiple stakeholder perspectives
  • Discover the true pros and cons of joint programmes
  • Consider employability and student outcomes from the development phase by utilising case studies and recent survey research

How to get the most out of this webinar

This webinar is an essential guide for all academic or administrative staff at higher education institutions who are interested in joint-programme planning, development or collaboration. It is also incredibly beneficial for staff from national agencies dealing with joint programmes and for National Erasmus+ Offices (NEOs) and Higher Education Reform Experts (HEREs) in countries neighbouring the EU. We also highly recommended this webinar for those working in other governmental and non-governmental organisations involved in issues related to joint programmes and international mobility in higher education.


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