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Two degrees awarded by higher education institutions individually, attesting the successful completion of two separate curricula, and each institution is primarily responsible for its own degree.
 
Two degrees awarded by higher education institutions individually, attesting the successful completion of two separate curricula, and each institution is primarily responsible for its own degree.
  
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== Source ==
 
== Source ==
* '''Aerden, A., Reczulska, H.''', 2013. ''Guidelines for Good Practice for Awarding Joint Degrees''. ECA Occasional Paper. The Hague. p. 12.
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* '''Aerden, A., Reczulska, H.''', 2013. ''Guidelines for Good Practice for Awarding Joint Degrees''. ECA Occasional Paper. The Hague. p. 12. [[Guidelines for Good Practice for Awarding Joint Degrees|> Read this document]]
  
== See also ==
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==See also==
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* [[Joint programme terminology]]
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* [[Joint programme]]
 
* [[Joint degree]]
 
* [[Joint degree]]
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* [[Multiple degree]]
 
* [[Double degree]]
 
* [[Double degree]]
* [[Joint programme]]
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Latest revision as of 14:53, 1 October 2013

Two degrees awarded by higher education institutions individually, attesting the successful completion of two separate curricula, and each institution is primarily responsible for its own degree.

→ A dual degree is not awarded by a joint programme.


Source

  • Aerden, A., Reczulska, H., 2013. Guidelines for Good Practice for Awarding Joint Degrees. ECA Occasional Paper. The Hague. p. 12. > Read this document

See also