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Wspólne studia i wspólne dyplomy w projektach Akcji 3

Poniżej przedstawiamy projekty odnoszące się w swoich celach do tematyki wspólnych studiów i wydawania wspólnych dyplomów:

JOQAR: Joint programmes: Quality Assurance and Recognition of degrees awarded

The overall purpose of the project is to ensure that Erasmus Mundus programmes (and joint programmes in general) are facilitated in two specific areas: accreditation and recognition. The project partnership consequently includes quality assurance/accreditation agencies (QA/A agencies) and recognition bodies (ENIC-NARICs).

Project duration: 01 October 2010- 31 October 2013

Partners: Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (Netherlands), Austrian Accreditation Council (Austria), Slovenian quality assurance agency for higher education (Slovenia),  Agency for Quality Assurance through Accreditation of Study Programmes (Germany), National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (Spain), Swiss Center of Accreditation and Quality Assurance in Higher Education (Switzerland), Catalun University Quality Assurance Agency (Spain), Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation (Germany), Ministry of Science and Higher Education (Poland), Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education (Netherlands), UK NARIC (United Kingdom), Danish Agency for International Education (Denmark), National Assessment and Accreditation Council (India), National Accreditation Council (Colombia).

EAR: the European Area of Recognition

The project is co-funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme and the different ENICs and NARICs that are involved in this project.

The main outcome of this project is the EAR recognition manual, a practical manual containing the standards and guidelines on all aspects of the international recognition of qualifications.

The aim of the project has been to tackle the current differences in which the criteria of the Lisbon Recognition Convention are applied by the ENICs and NARICs, and which are an obstacle to student mobility.

To improve this situation the EAR project aimed to make a bridge from theory (the LRC criteria) to practice, making use of the LRC criteria, recommendations and studies on recognition from the last decades. The result has been the above mentioned EAR recognition manual.

The Bologna Follow-Up Group Working Group on Recognition which was installed two years ago (2010) has strong links with the EAR project team, and strongly advocates the use of the EAR manual as an important new recognition tool.

On this website you can find specific information about the EAR project and the manual. The completed recognition manual can also be accessed via the website.

Project duration: February 2012 - January 2012

Partners: Nuffic (Netherlands), UK NARIC, NARIC France, NARIC Poland, NARIC Czech Republic, NARIC Denmark, NARIC Flanders, NARIC Lithuania, President of the ENIC Bureau, President of the Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee.

EMQA: Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance for Higher Education Courses


The underlying principle of the EMQA project is that international courses are innovating constantly and that this innovation needs to be communicated directly back to the HE sector. As the result of this participatory approach a website was created to allow the beneficiaries to understand the ‘landscape’ of quality challenges that international courses encounter and self-assess their own courses or programmes against a series of structured questions. They can also see in detail examples of excellent practice from 21 Erasmus Mundus Master Courses studied in depth over three years, read online, and download a Handbook of Excellence that guides them through the issue, as well as contribute their own excellent practice and add to the body of evidence that will continue to develop the 'components of excellence'.

Project duration: 2008-2010

Joiman - Joi.Con

The Joiman Network (Joint Degree Management and Administration Network), composed by partners and people with relevant experience in the management of Joint Programmes, investigated obstacles and challenges usually faced by coordinators of Joint Programmes at Master and Doctoral level. After two years of activities, which included surveys, analyses, and international conferences and seminars, the Network has produced a set of results. These findings are shared with the Higher Education Community at large with the aim to support institutions in overcoming administrative and management difficulties in the development and implementation of Joint Programmes.

The positive feedback and demand for practical solutions persuaded the network to start a second phase of the project, turning the JOIMAN results into an innovative training method. This training method is realized in the JOI.CON project (Joint Programme Management – Conferences and Training) which aims at training present and future coordinators of Joint Programmes. Its milestones are two international conferences and an embedded training.

Project duration: October 2011 - September 2012

Partners: University of Leipzig (Germany), University of Bologna (Italy), University of Brno - Masaryk University (Czech Republic), University of Graz (Austria), University of Bergen (Norway), University of Lund (Sweden), University of Vilnius (Lithuania), University of Antwerp (Belgium), University of Lille 1 (France), DAAD (Germany), Utrecht Network (Netherlands).

BRIDGE: Best Recognition Instruments for the Dialogue between Global Experts

The main purpose of the Bridge project is to enhance the dialogue and establish a stable connection between the Network of the Erasmus Mundus National Structures and the NARIC, ENIC and MERIC Centres, as well as to provide practical tools and suggestions for the Erasmus Mundus consortia creating joint programs. Finally, the project aims at awarding of double, multiple and joint degrees by Erasmus Mundus consortia.

Project duration: November 2010 - October 2012

Partners: Erasmus Mundus NCP - National contact point (Italy), Archimedes Foundation (Estonia), Malta Qualifications Council (Malta), DGES - Directorate General for Higher Education (Portugal), Direction General for Higher Education Policy - Ministry of Education (Spain).

INTER-HED

The aim of the INTER-HED project is to create a training course targeted at the administrative staff who are interested in managing international programmes and projects and in collecting information about the Higher Education Systems and internationalisation policies, with focus on Erasmus Mundus. Since the course is targeted at the administrative departments and is aimed at providing professional guidance, it will be administered on-line and will analyse real cases, with reference to the different models of Higher Education and to the different management methods of joint courses. Each course unit will foresee practical exercises.

Project duration: November 2011 - September 2014

Partners: Erasmus Mundus National Contact Point (Italy), Ministry of the French Community of Belgium, Directorate General for non-compulsory education and scientific research (Belgium), Higher Education Authority (Ireland), Education Exchange Support Foundation (Lithuania), Malta Qualifications Council (Malta), Directorate General for Higher Education (Portugal).

INTERUV: Joint programmes – facilitator for university internationalization

INTERUV: Joint Programmes - facilitator for university internationalisation is an initiative of Erasmus Mundus National Structures from 15 European countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Slovakia and United Kingdom).

The INTERUV project focuses on:

  • the promotion of the idea of joint study programmes among higher education institutions (HEIs) from the EU and third countries from the geographical regions neighbouring the EU;
  • supporting HEIs in introducing joint study programmes into their institutional strategies for internationalisation;
  • the capacity building of institutions acting at present as Erasmus Mundus National Structures and National Tempus Offices in order to help them in the transition period of preparation for the new programme Erasmus for All to be implemented in years 2014-2012.

The INTERUV project is going to support the international cooperation, development and implementation of joint programmes of European universities together with higher education institutions coming from the following regions:

  • Eastern Neighbouring Region: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine
  • Western Balkans: Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia, Croatia, FYROM
  • Central Asia: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan
  • Southern Neighbouring Region: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, occupied territory of Palestine, Syria, Tunisia

Project duration: September 2012 - October 2014

Partners: Foundation for the Development of the Education System (Poland), Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research (OeAD-GmbH, Austria), Centre for International Services (Czech Republic), Archimedes Foundation (Estonia), Direction General for Higher Education Institutions (Spain), Centre for International Mobility (CIMO, Finland), Europe-Education-Formation France (France), Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs (Greece), Tempus Public Foundation (Hungary), Punto nazionale di contatto Erasmus Mundus (PNC, Italy), State Education Development Agency (Latvia), Nuffic (Netherlands), Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU, Norway), Slovac Academic Association for International Cooperation (Slovakia), British Council (United Kingdom).