Joint programmes that used the European Approach
The following list includes examples where the European Approach for Quality Assurance of Joint Programmes was used in practice to evaluate or accredit a joint programme.
The list is based on information that registered quality assurance agencies uploaded to the Database of External Quality Assurance Results (DEQAR). This page aims to be a useful reference for other higher education institutions and quality assurance agencies that plan to employ the European Approach. If you consider that any case is missing or incorrect, please contact us or the EQAR-registered agency that carried out the evaluation/accreditation procedure.
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Report date - valid to / Uploaded / ChangedAgency / TypeInstitution / ProgrammeCountry
31/01/2019 - 30/01/2025 uploaded 02/12/2019NVAO European Approach for QA of Joint ProgrammesLeuphana University of Lüneburg, Maastricht University, University of Valencia - Work and Organizational Psychology (second cycle)Netherlands, Germany, Spain
07/05/2019 - 06/05/2025 uploaded 02/12/2019 changed 02/12/2019NVAO European Approach for QA of Joint ProgrammesAix-Marseille University, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Free University Maria SS. Assunta (LUMSA), Ghent University, Pompeu Fabra University, University of Haifa, University of Hamburg, University of Vienna, Warsaw School of Economics - Law and Economics (second cycle)Israel, Germany, France, Poland, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Austria
30/06/2016 - 30/06/2022 uploaded 02/12/2019 changed 02/12/2019NVAO European Approach for QA of Joint ProgrammesStenden University of Applied Sciences, University College Absalon, University of Southeast Norway - International Teacher Education in Primary Schools (ITEps) (first cycle)Denmark, Netherlands, Norway
16/09/2019 - 16/09/2025 uploaded 19/11/2019Unibasq European Approach for QA of Joint ProgrammesAix-Marseille University, Ruhr-University Bochum, University College Dublin, University of Deusto, University of Groningen, University of Malta, University of Warsaw, Uppsala University - International Humanitarian Action (NOHA+) (second cycle)Sweden, Spain, Malta, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, France, Germany