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Accreditation and quality assurance of joint programmes is a challenge for both the higher education institutions and the quality assurance agencies. The main apparent difficulty is the fact that the programme is organised by higher education institutions from different higher education systems and that each of these systems have their own systems of external quality assurance. This situation creates a burden for joint programmes that need to meet all the expectations arising from these different (and sometimes contradictory) national contexts and legal requirements.
  
 
==Internal quality assurance of joint programmes==
 
==Internal quality assurance of joint programmes==
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In this section you will find resources regarding internal quality assurance of joint programmes.
 
* [[Quality_Assurance_in_Joint_Master_Programmes| Quality assurance in joint master programmes: European Masters New Evaluation Methodology (EMNEM)]]
 
* [[Quality_Assurance_in_Joint_Master_Programmes| Quality assurance in joint master programmes: European Masters New Evaluation Methodology (EMNEM)]]
 
* [[JOIMAN]] network and [[JOICON]] project
 
* [[JOIMAN]] network and [[JOICON]] project
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==External quality assurance of joint programmes==
 
==External quality assurance of joint programmes==
 
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The European Consortium for Accreditation in higher education (ECA) aims to facilitate the recognition of accreditation decisions across borders. Regarding joint programmes, ECA intends to substitute the different national accreditation procedures by one single accreditation procedure that can lead to several national accreditation decisions.
Accreditation and quality assurance of joint programmes is a challenge for both the higher education institutions and the quality assurance agencies. The main apparent difficulty is the fact that the programme is organised by higher education institutions from different higher education systems and that each of these systems have their own systems of external quality assurance. This situation creates a burden for joint programmes that need to meet all the expectations arising from these different (and sometimes contradictory) national contexts and legal requirements.
 
The European Consortium for Accreditation in higher education (ECA) aims to facilitate the recognition of accreditation decisions across borders. Regarding joint programmes, ECA intends to substitute the different national accreditation procedures by one single accreditation procedure that can lead to several national accreditation decisions.  
 
 
 
 
* [[Multiple_national_accreditation_procedures_regarding_joint_programmes| Multiple national accreditation (or quality assurance) procedures]]
 
* [[Multiple_national_accreditation_procedures_regarding_joint_programmes| Multiple national accreditation (or quality assurance) procedures]]
 
* [[Joint_accreditation_procedures_regarding_joint_programmes| Joint accreditation (or quality assurance) procedures]]
 
* [[Joint_accreditation_procedures_regarding_joint_programmes| Joint accreditation (or quality assurance) procedures]]
 
* [[Single_accreditation_procedure_regarding_joint_programmes| Single accreditation (or quality assurance) procedure]]
 
* [[Single_accreditation_procedure_regarding_joint_programmes| Single accreditation (or quality assurance) procedure]]
** Assessment framework for joint programmes in single accreditation procedures
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** [[ECA_Assessment_framework_for_joint programmes_in_single_accreditation_procedures| ECA Assessment framework for joint programmes in single accreditation procedures]]
** National components for the assessment of joint programmes in single accreditation procedures
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** [[National_components_for_the assessment_of_joint_programmes_in_single_accreditation_procedures| National components for the assessment of joint programmes in single accreditation procedures]]
  
 
==Mutual recognition of accreditation (or quality assurance) decisions==
 
==Mutual recognition of accreditation (or quality assurance) decisions==
* Coordination Point
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Since joint programmes have a wide scope and involve many different countries, mutual recognition regarding quality assurance and accreditation results of joint programmes is necessary.
* MULTRA
 
  
==Recognition of Qualifications==
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* [[MULTRA| Mutual recognition agreements (MULTRA)]]
* EAR manual
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* [[European Joint Master's in Strategic Border Management (EJMSBM)]]
* Publication "Framework for fair recognition of joint degrees"
 
* publication "Guidelines for good practice for awarding joint degrees"
 
  
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==Coordination Point for joint programmes==
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* [[Coordination Point]]
  
 
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[[Category:Joint_programmes]]
 
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{{portal|Joint Programmes}}

Latest revision as of 08:16, 21 July 2015


Accreditation and quality assurance of joint programmes is a challenge for both the higher education institutions and the quality assurance agencies. The main apparent difficulty is the fact that the programme is organised by higher education institutions from different higher education systems and that each of these systems have their own systems of external quality assurance. This situation creates a burden for joint programmes that need to meet all the expectations arising from these different (and sometimes contradictory) national contexts and legal requirements.

Internal quality assurance of joint programmes

In this section you will find resources regarding internal quality assurance of joint programmes.

External quality assurance of joint programmes

The European Consortium for Accreditation in higher education (ECA) aims to facilitate the recognition of accreditation decisions across borders. Regarding joint programmes, ECA intends to substitute the different national accreditation procedures by one single accreditation procedure that can lead to several national accreditation decisions.

Mutual recognition of accreditation (or quality assurance) decisions

Since joint programmes have a wide scope and involve many different countries, mutual recognition regarding quality assurance and accreditation results of joint programmes is necessary.

Coordination Point for joint programmes