What is a Joint Programme?
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- Would you like to possess an internationally recognised degree?
- Are you interested in different cultures and academic approaches?
- Do you want to increase your chances on the international labour market?
Then a Joint Programme is perfect for you!
Nowadays more and more European Universities offer Joint Programmes as an important tool in the internationalisation and cooperation within the European Educational Area.
A Joint Programme promotes mobility and intercultural exchange as well as increased international employability of its graduates. The principal target is to contribute to more transparency and to bring European study programme systems in line with each other through mutual recognition of academic degrees.
If you would like to improve your chances on the international labour market, gain diverse experiences in your study field, learn about different cultures, and acquire an internationally recognised degree, then check out the programmes offered!
A Joint Programme is a Bachelor's, Master’s or PhD programme that has been jointly developed by two or more (inter)national universities. As a graduate of a Joint Programme you will benefit considerably from the degree as it will greatly increase your chances on the international labour market due to the intercultural experiences you gained during the integrated mobility exchanges.
Carefully chosen mobility partners will give you the opportunity to acquire expertise in specialised study fields which may not be offered at your entrance university and, additionally, to perfect your language and soft skills.
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