A joint curriculum with integrated mobility flows is designed as one single, common program owned by a consortium of universities. Mobility flows for all students are integrated in the design of the curriculum. Individual study programmes (ISPs) are following these mobility flows with some differentiations. In these distributed multi-partner curricula, mobility flows can be organized in a physical, blended or online mode. Joint degrees are delivered.
In joint programmes, online mobility tracks are inherent to the structure of the programme and the pathway to be followed by the student. In joint programmes, arrangements are made between the universities regarding the individual study programme (ISP) for each student, the services to the student on the successive locations, the examinations, the credits and the joint diploma and the registration and the participation fees (main registration, subsidiary registrations).
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