Over the past decade, with the support of Erasmus Mundus, the number of joint degree programmes in Europe has increased rapidly. In Asia, joint degree programmes have also gained popularity due to the growth of transnational higher education in the region since 2000. However, a joint degree programme is a highly complex and coordinated activity for the university partners involved. Cooperation and coordination are crucial for the quality of any joint degree programme. This study primarily explores QA approaches to European joint degree programmes and their current development in Asia.
GLOBALISATION, SOCIETIES AND EDUCATION, 18:1, 19-29