Joint programmes: Too many cooks in the kitchen

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In June 2010 the TEAM II Dissemination conference Joint programmes: too many cooks in the kitchen? was organised in Graz, Austria. During this conference important topics related to accreditation of joint programmes and recognition of qualifications by these programmes were discussed.

The report Joint programmes: too many cooks in the kitchen? is the resulting conference publication, in which important stakeholders of European higher education such as the European Commission, EUA, EURASHE, ESU and ENIC-NARICs were given room to present their perspectives on these issues.

Additionally, the European Consortium for Accreditation also raises some discussions which are important for future developments of accreditation of joint programmes and recognition of qualifications awarded by these programmes.

The publication was edited by Axel Aerden, Kaja Braathen and Mark Frederiks.

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