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The purpose of the Multilateral Agreement on the Mutual Recognition of Accreditation Results regarding Joint Programmes (MULTRA) is to simplify the [[accreditation]] and [[recognition]] of [[joint programme]]s and [[degree]]s awarded and to provide an efficient way to expand mutual recognition to more [[European Higher Education Area]] countries.  
 
The purpose of the Multilateral Agreement on the Mutual Recognition of Accreditation Results regarding Joint Programmes (MULTRA) is to simplify the [[accreditation]] and [[recognition]] of [[joint programme]]s and [[degree]]s awarded and to provide an efficient way to expand mutual recognition to more [[European Higher Education Area]] countries.  
  
The MULTRA was first signed on 14 December 2010 by the [[ECA]] [[European Consortium for Accreditation in higher education#Members|member agencies]] [[AQ Austria|FHR]] and [[AQ Austria|ÖAR]] ([[Austria]]), [[CTI]] ([[France]]), [[NVAO]] ([[The Netherlands]] and [[Flanders]]), [[PKA]] ([[Poland]]) and [[ANECA]] ([[Spain]]).
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The MULTRA was first signed on 14 December 2010
 
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On 13th of June 2012 the MULTRA was signed by additional two agencies: [[EVA]] ([[Denmark]]) and [[AQU Catalunya]]([[Spain]])
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The MULTRA is now signed by the agencies:
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* [[Austria]]: [[AQ Austria]]
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* [[Colombia]]: [[CNA]]
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* [[Denmark]]: [[EVA]]
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* [[France]]: [[CTI]]
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* [[Germany]]: [[AQAS]], [[FIBAA]] and [[ZEvA]]
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* [[Netherlands]] and [[Flanders]][[NVAO]]
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* [[Poland]]: [[PKA]]
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* [[Spain]][[ANECA]] and [[AQU Catalunya]]
  
 
Other agencies can join the MULTRA by going through an admission and observation procedure.  
 
Other agencies can join the MULTRA by going through an admission and observation procedure.  

Revision as of 12:27, 15 October 2013

The purpose of the Multilateral Agreement on the Mutual Recognition of Accreditation Results regarding Joint Programmes (MULTRA) is to simplify the accreditation and recognition of joint programmes and degrees awarded and to provide an efficient way to expand mutual recognition to more European Higher Education Area countries.

The MULTRA was first signed on 14 December 2010.

The MULTRA is now signed by the agencies:

Other agencies can join the MULTRA by going through an admission and observation procedure.

More information about the MULTRA can be found on the ECA page.