An update on the 2009 version of the official ECTS User's Guide, written by a working group of practitioners appointed by Bologna countries and stakeholder's associations, and which takes into account the latest developments in the Bologna process. The guide was adopted recently at the 2015 Yerevan ministerial conference by Ministers for Higher Education of the European Higher Education Area.
Presentation on the implementation of joint study programmes in the new EU Programme Erasmus +, obstacles and challenges.
The presentation is part of the training on joint study programmes organised in the framework of the INTERUV Project "Joint Programmes - facilitator for university internationalisation"/ Erasmus Mundus Programme
EConsort is a web-based tool which combines all administrative aspects of Erasmus Mundus courses. A whole series of aspects related to the management of an EM project can be done through this one package, i.e.: website management, building application forms for students and scholars, storing any aspects related to students (from financial aspects to personal data, communication, course curriculum).
These guidelines are addressed to all Higher Education Institutions which intend to implement joint programme initiatives and which would like to know which practices and solutions have been adopted for the administration and management of existing joint programmes.
The Joint Degrees from A to Z (JDAZ) project has published ‘Joint Programmes from A to Z: A reference guide for practitioners’. This guide provides information on all relevant issues relating to developing, establishing and sustaining high-quality international joint programmes, which lead to a joint or multiple degree.
The JDAZ guide aims to: 1) assist coordinators of joint programmes, advisory bodies and other experts working or interested in working with joint programmes. 2) support the further development of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). 3) provide an exhaustive source of information for all stakeholders working with joint programmes.
The Handbook offers practical tools and suggestions for the Erasmus Mundus consortia about: • creation of joint programmes; • assessment of the prospective candidates for the Erasmus mundus programmes; • award of double, multiple and joint degrees by the Erasmus mundus consortia. Author: BRIDGE Project "Best Recognition Instruments for the Dialogue between Global Experts"/Erasmus Mundus Action 3 Programme
Le Campus de la Cité internationale. Une expérience unique d'ouverture sur le monde au cœur de Paris. 5500 logements, 12000 étudiants, 130 nationalités.
CIUP Cité Internationale Universitaire in Paris provides services to support international students: international mobility assistance, accommodation and support (administrative procedures, labour regulations, job-seeking, French-language learning, host families and cultural activities) for international students, graduates and researchers.
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