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:A recognised degree awarded by higher education institutions that offer the joint programme, attesting the successful completion of this joint programme. It is a single document nationally acknowledged as the recognised award of the joint programme and signed by the competent authorities (rectors, vice-chancellors, ...) of the institutions involved in the joint degree.<ref>'''[[European Consortium for Accreditation]]''', ''[[The recognition of qualifications awarded by joint programmes]]'', 2010, p. 39</ref>
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:A recognised degree awarded by [[higher education institution]]s that offer the [[joint programme]], attesting the successful completion of this joint programme. It is a single document nationally acknowledged as the recognised award of the joint programme and signed by the competent authorities (rectors, vice-chancellors, ...) of the institutions involved in the joint degree.<ref>'''[[European Consortium for Accreditation]]''', ''[[The recognition of qualifications awarded by joint programmes]]'', 2010, p. 39</ref>
  
 
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== See also ==
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* [[Joint degree explanation]]
  
 
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Revision as of 09:38, 28 September 2011

A recognised degree awarded by higher education institutions that offer the joint programme, attesting the successful completion of this joint programme. It is a single document nationally acknowledged as the recognised award of the joint programme and signed by the competent authorities (rectors, vice-chancellors, ...) of the institutions involved in the joint degree.[1]

See also

References

  1. European Consortium for Accreditation, The recognition of qualifications awarded by joint programmes, 2010, p. 39