JDAZ Sources

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Aerden, A., Hanna Reczulska, The recognition of qualifications awarded by joint programmes, ECA, 2010.

Aerden, A. and J. Lokhoff, Framework for fair recognition of joint degrees, ECA, 2013.

ASEMUNDUS Erasmus Mundus project: Good practice report on European-Asian Higher Education Cooperation, 2013.

Asturias declaration (Latin America), 2006.

Banks, C., M. Kuder and D. Obst. Joint and Double Degrees in The Global Context: Report on an International Survey, Institute of International Education, New York, 2011.

Boeren, A., et al., Donor policies and implementation modalities with regard to international postgraduate programmes targeting scholars from development countries, The Hague, 2008.

Chevallier, A., A Process for Screening and Authorizing Joint and Double Degree Programs, New York, Institute of International Education, 2013.

Committee of the Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications Concerning Higher Education in the European Region, Recommendation on the Recognition of Joint Degrees.

Davies, H., Survey of master degrees in Europe, EUA, Brussels, 2009.

EAR HEI Consortium, European Area of Recognition Manual for higher education institutions, 2013.

ECAPedia

EGRACONS project (European Grade Conversion System).

Ekman JØrgensen, T., CODOC – Cooperation on doctoral education between Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe, Brussels, European University Association, 2012.

Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, Erasmus Mundus Master Courses: Experience and lessons learnt from the first generation EMCS. Brussels, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, 2012.

Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, European Commission, Erasmus Mundus Programme: Cluster on Sustainability and Recognition of Degrees and Joint Degrees website.

Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, European Commission, Joint degree website.

Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, European Commission, Joint International Master programmes. Lessons learnt from Erasmus Mundus The first generation, Synthesis Report, Brussels, 2013.

ENIC-NARIC network, Information on academic and professional recognition.

Erasmus Mundus, Clustering Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses and Attractiveness Projects. Lot 2: Employability. Practical guidelines, 2011.

Erasmus Mundus, Erasmus Mundus Programme Cluster on recognition of joint degrees.

Erasmus Mundus, Erasmus Mundus Programme Cluster on Sustainability and Recognition of Degrees and Joint Degrees website. Brussels, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, 2013.

Erasmus Mundus, Erasmus Mundus Quality Assessment 2012, Handbook of Excellence Doctoral Programmes. Brussels, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, 2012.

Erasmus Mundus, Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance, Handbook of excellence, practical tool. Brussels, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, 2012.

Erasmus Mundus Active Participation (EMAP) project website.

Erasmus Mundus Active Participation (EMAP) project presentations on setting up internal quality assurance systems.

Erasmus Mundus Programme, Cluster on Employability, 2011.

Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA) website.

Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA), Comprehensive course vision, Brussels, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, 2012.

Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA), Erasmus Mundus students and alumni Association, Brussels, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, 2012.

Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA), European Area of Recognition, Brussels, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, 2012.

Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA), Integrated learning & teaching, and staff development strategy, Brussels, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, 2012.

Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA), Realistic management, financial, and institutional strategy, Brussels, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, 2012.

Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA), Recruit excellent students, deliver value, engage alumni, Brussels, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, 2012.

Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA), practical guides on: Euraxess website

Europa, Summaries of EU Legislation; Education and Training.

European Area of Recognition (EAR) project

European Area of Recognition, EAR Manual

European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA), How to Assess and Accredit joint programmes in Europe, 2010.

European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA), Methodological report of the Transnational European Evaluation Project II (TEEP II). Helsinki, ENQA, 2006, p.10.

European Association for Quality Assurance (ENQA), Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area. ENQA, 2015.

European Commission, Mastering Joint Excellence under Erasmus Mundus: Conclusions of the conference on Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees, 2016.

European Commission, Database on regulated professions.

European Communities, ECTS Users’ Guide, Brussels, 2015.

European Consortium for Accreditation.

European Consortium for Accreditation (ECA),Glossary.

European Consortium for Accreditation (ECA), Guidelines for Good Practice for Awarding Joint Degrees, 2014.

European Consortium for Accreditation (ECA), Joint programme checklist, 2014.

European Consortium for Accreditation (ECA), Multilateral Agreement on the Mutual Recognition of Accreditation Results regarding Joint Programmes (MULTRA), 2013.

European Higher Education Area (EHEA) Ministerial Conference 2012, Bucharest Communiqué, 2012.

European Parliament and Council, Decision No 1298/2008/EC, Official Journal of the European, p.97, Annex.(Qualification): Bologna Follow-Up Group, Framework for Qualifications of the European Higher Education Area, 2005.

European Union, European Qualifications Framework.

European University Association, Developing Joint Masters Programmes for Europe. Results of the EUA Joint Masters Project, 2002 – 2004, 2004.

European University Association, Guidelines for Quality Enhancement in European Joint Master Programmes, EUA, Brussels, 2006.

Eurydice Network.

Eurydice, National student fee and support systems 2011/2012, Eurydice Website. 2012.

Eurydice, The European Higher Education Area in 2012: The Bologna Process Implementation Report. Eurydice, 2012.

Evers, N. , and Lokhoff, J. eds, Links that matter. Recurring themes in EU-Asian Higher Education Cooperation, 201.

Feng, G. and Gong, S. Sino-Foreign Joint Education Ventures: A National, Regional and Institutional Analysis, OBHE, 2006.

Gacel- Ávila, G., Joint and Double Degree Programmes in Latin America: Patterns and Trends, OBHE, 2009.

International Association of Universities. Internationalization of Higher Education - New Directions, New Challenges. Paris, IAU, 2005.

International Association of Universities. Internationalization of Higher Education – Global Trends, Regional Perspectives. Paris, IAU, 2010.

INTERUV project (Erasmus Mundus Action 3) has implemented a survey in 14 European countries, to trace the visibility of joint programmes in institutional strategies, 2013.

JOI.CON, Practical approaches to the management of joint programmes: results from the JOI.CON Training Project, Leipzig University, 2012.

JOIMAN Network, Guide to Developing and Running Joint Programmes at bachelor and master’s level: a template. no date.

JOIMAN Network, How to manage joint study programmes - Guidelines and Good Practices from the JOIMAN Network, no date.

Knight, J., Doubts and Dilemmas with Double Degree Programs, in: “Globalisation and Internationalisation of Higher Education” [online monograph]. Revista de Universidad y Sociedad del Conocimiento (RUSC), 2011, Vol.8, No.2, pp.297-312. UOC.

Knight, J., Joint and Double Degree Programmes: Vexing Questions and Emerging Issues, OBHE, 2008.

Knight, J. and Lee, J., ‘International Joint, Double, and Consecutive Degree Programmes: New Developments, Issues, and Challenges’, in: Deardorff, D.K. et al., The SAGE Handbook of International Higher Education, Sage, California, 2012, pp.343-357.

Kong, L., ‘Engaging globally through joint and double degree programmes: a view from Singapore’, in: Global Higher Education, 2008.

Kuder, M., N. Lemmens and D. Obst. Global Perspectives on International Joint and Double Degree programs, Institute of International Education, New York, 2013.

Kuder, M. and Obst, D., Joint and Double Degree Programs: An Emerging Model for Transatlantic Exchange, New York, 2009.

Kuder, M., and D. Obst. Joint and double degree programs in the transatlantic context, Institute of International Education & Freie Universitaet Berlin, 2009

Kuroda, K., Y. Takako & K. Kyuwon. Cross-border higher education for regional integration and labor market in East Asia, ASEAN, 2010.

Kuroda, K. ‘Cross-border higher education in ASEAN plus three: Results of JICA-RI surveys on leading universities and cross-border collaborative degree programs’, PowerPoint presentation given at the International Asia-Europe Conference on Enhancing Balanced mobility, Bangkok, 5-6 March 2012.

The Lisbon Convention. Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in the European Region.

Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee, Recommendations on Criteria and Procedures, 2001.

Lokhoff, J. et al., A guide to formulating degree programme profiles, Including Programme Competences and Programme Learning Outcomes, The Hague, Bilbao, 2010.

Maierhofer, R. and Kriebernegg, U., Joint and dual degree programs: New ventures in academic mobility, in: R. Bhandari and S. Laughlin (Eds.), Higher education on the move: New developments in global mobility, 2009, pp.65-77.

Matross Helms, R. Mapping International Joint and Dual Degrees: U.S. Program Profiles and Perspectives, American Council on Education, Washington D.C., 2014.

McMahon, F. Joint and Double / Multiple degrees in Ireland, Higher Education Authority, 2013.

Nascimbeni, F. et al., Erasmus Mundus: Clustering Masters Courses, Doctoral Programmes, Partnerships and Attractiveness Projects. Cluster: Asia. Erasmus Mundus Survey Results, 2012.

NordSecMob Consortium, NordSecMob Student Handbook, version 21-06-2012.

Obst, D., Kuder, M. and Banks, C., Joint and double degree programs in the global context: Report on an international survey, IIE, New York, 2011.

Schüle, U., Joint and double degrees within the European Higher Education Area: Towards further internationalization of business degrees. Paris: Consortium of International Double Degrees, 2006.

Sewankambo, N. et al. 'Enabling Dynamic Partnerships through Joint Degrees between Low- and High-Income Countries for Capacity Development in Global Health Research: Experience from the Karolinska Institutet/Makerere University Partnership', in: PLOS Medicine, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2015.

TUBEMATES project.

University of Bergen, Agreement template. Bergen, no date.

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A slide presentation and short film on management aspects required in the Erasmus Mundus masters programme round 2.

A slide presentation and short film on course integration, partnership and organisation, student selection, student facilities and support – an example of an Erasmus Mundus masters programme.

A slide presentation and short film on course management, visibility and sustainability of an Erasmus Mundus joint masters programme.