Difference between revisions of "Joint programmes and recognition"

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The Recommendation on the Recognition of Joint Degrees adopted by the Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee on 9 June 2004 encourages to recognise joint degrees at least as favourable as foreign national ones. This is however not always a straightforward matter. To identify a joint degree, credential evaluators have to deal with
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a challenging amount of information. The publications in this section are aimed at credential evaluators, explore the elements that play a role when evaluating a joint degree and introduce issues that might occur in an evaluation.
  
* EAR manual
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* Publication "Framework for fair recognition of joint degrees"
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* [[EAR_manual| European Area of Recognition (EAR) manual]]
* publication "Guidelines for good practice for awarding joint degrees"
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* [[Framework_for_Fair_Recognition_of_Joint_Degrees| Framework for fair recognition of joint degrees]]
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* [[Guidelines_for_Good_Practice_for_Awarding_Joint_Degrees| Guidelines for Good Practice for Awarding Joint Degrees]]
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==See also==
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* [[Joint programme terminology]]
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[[Category:Joint_programmes]]
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[[Category:Recognition]]
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{{portal|Joint Programmes}}

Latest revision as of 10:19, 15 October 2013

The Recommendation on the Recognition of Joint Degrees adopted by the Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee on 9 June 2004 encourages to recognise joint degrees at least as favourable as foreign national ones. This is however not always a straightforward matter. To identify a joint degree, credential evaluators have to deal with a challenging amount of information. The publications in this section are aimed at credential evaluators, explore the elements that play a role when evaluating a joint degree and introduce issues that might occur in an evaluation.


See also