Share this link:

delicious digg facebook google bookmarks reedit stumble upon windows live yahoo myweb

Example of Excellence for Joint (Degree) Programme Development in South Eastern Europe

Target area: Higher Education Development
Sub-target area: Curriculum Development
Target countries: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Macedonia, Netherlands, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain
Target groups: Higher Education Institutions
Duration: January 2009 - January 2012

University of Graz (AT), WUS Austria (AT), Austrian Agency for Quality Assurance – AQA (AT), Austrian National Union of Students – ÖH (AT), University of Munich (DE), University of Bamberg (DE), University of Leuven (BE), ESIB/ESU (BE), University of Bologna (IT), University of Groningen (NL), University of Ljubljana (SI), University of Barcelona (ES), University of Poitiers (FR), University of Cluj (RO), University of Shkodra (AL), University of Sarajevo (BA), University of Zagreb (HR), University of Zadar (HR), University of Skopje (MK), University of Novi Sad (RS), University of Belgrade (RS), South East European University (MK)  

Budget line: TEMPUS IV Grant
Amount (€): 1.077.020,00


Project Description

The project „Example of Excellence for Joint (Degree) Programme Development in South Eastern Europe“ aims at transfering multi-lateral know-how in the development of curricula for joint or double degree programmes by developing and implementing four joint (degree) programmes in the Western Balkan region. The implementation process will be accompanied by activities ensuring sustainability and quality assurance of the joint programmes and providing for a best practise model in the Western Balkan region. The project is constructed as a multi-country project. According to the results of the problem analysis a common model of joint curriculum development will be of great importance for the universities in the Western Balkans on their way to the European Higher Education Area. This includes a concise implementation of the Bologna reforms including the learner-centered approach. Curriculum development includes on the one hand the scientific aspects of the specific thematic field. On the other hand there exist a number of administrative and academic aspects which have to be tackled in the development process.

Important Documents & Links

project website:

Contact persons

Juriga Clemens - Graz Office