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Joint Degree Programmes

Joint Degree Programmes can be defined as the degree programmes designed and improved, organised and practiced by at least two universities from different countries.

1. The student completes the education period in different universities.
2. The student gets a diploma/ degree. (single, single joint, double, multiple)

Why Joint Degrees?

The subject is related to all dimensions of Bologna Process, which are as follows:

1. Quality Assurance
2. Recognition
3. Transparency and convergence of higher education systems
4. Mobility
5. The European dimension of higher education
6. Raising the attractiveness of European higher education
7. Employability
8. A creative mechanism

Matters/ subjects the project places emphasis on are as follows:

1. Quality assurance and equivalence
2. Student experience and mobility
3. Integration of the curriculum and its continuous executability