Difference between revisions of "Dual degree"

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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.
 
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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.
 
* '''Aerden, A., Reczulska, H.''', 2013. ''Guidelines for Good Practice for Awarding Joint Degrees''. ECA Occasional Paper. The Hague. p. 12.

Revision as of 13:30, 22 May 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.

See also