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1 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes The good, the not so good and the unacceptable

2 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes Introduction Real examples of good practices What are the key elements of a good practice of a joint (degree) programme? Legal instruments

3 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes Real examples of good practices ? European Master of Science in Water and Coastal Management European Master in Public Health European Master in Human Rights and Democratisation

4 European Master of Science in Water and Coastal Management

5 European Master in Public Health

6 European Master in Human Rights and democratisation

7 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes The good, – case 1 The good, the not so good and the unacceptable – case 1 programme is available on line University of Plymouth: ers+in+Water+and+Coastal+Management ers+in+Water+and+Coastal+Management Universidad de Cadiz: information is clear easy to know it is a Master degree number of credits names of HEIs who award the qualification both HEIs signed the documents both HEIs give clear information re the qualification

8 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes The good, – case 1 The good, the not so good and the unacceptable – case 1 different Both universities delivered different documents with the qualification Diploma Supplement – Plymouth University Transcripts – Universidad de Cadiz On DS it is not indicated that it is a joint programme – joint qualification

9 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes The good, case 2 The good, the not so good and the unacceptable case 2 indicated as good practice on the website of the EC Recognised and accredited programme in all the countries which participate to the consortium 3 qualifications are delivered 2 National and 1 international More info on:

10 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes The good, – case 2 The good, the not so good and the unacceptable – case 2 Information is not clear and transparent Documents are not sufficiently clear No DS Duplication of qualifications delivered This needs to be mentioned on DS in order to facilitate the assessment and the mobility

11 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes The good, case 3 The good, the not so good and the unacceptable - case 3

12 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes The good, – case 3 The good, the not so good and the unacceptable – case 3

13 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes Legal instruments Lisbon Recognition Convention 1997 Recommendation of CoE & UNESCO on the recognition of joint degrees 2004

14 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes Conclusion Assessment & mobility becomes easier when HEIs give clear and transparent information on their joint programmes & qualifications awarded updating Recommendations on the Recognition of Joint Degrees adopted in 2004 in order to have clear and adapted guidelines essential to share our difficulties on assessment of joint programmes with HEIs in order to increase their awareness on the issue

15 Recognition of qualifications from joint programmes Conclusion And last but not least as the development of joint (degree) programmes has increased around the world, the implementation of a legal framework has become essential in order to have clear rules or guidelines on the setting of joint programmes Other points …


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