In search for a publication that presents an overview of all good practice in coordinating joint programmes? The recently published ‘Joint Programmes from A to Z. A reference guide for practitioners’ is exactly doing that.
The guide presents a coherent overview of all major work done in the field. The guide provides information on all relevant issues relating to developing, establishing and sustaining high quality international joint programmes. As such, it aims to assist coordinators, advisory bodies and other experts working or interested in working with joint programmes.
The various aspects coordinating joint programmes are presented in eight chapters, including topics such as management, accreditation and recognition. Key messages for practitioners are presented for each chapter, as well as practical examples. Furthermore, you will find an extensive list of literature with key sources on the topic.
This guide is the result of the JDAZ project (2012 – 2015), conducted by a consortium of six Erasmus National Structures and two external experts. JDAZ is coordinated by EP-Nuffic and co-financed by the Erasmus Mundus Programme.