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International Joint and Double–Degree Programs

  • Jason E. Lane
  • Kevin Kinser
Part of the Global Perspectives on Higher Education book series (GPHE)

Abstract

International joint and double degrees (JDDs) are an increasingly common component of global engagement strategies for many colleges and universities. They can serve multiple purposes for an institution—including allowing domestic students to gain international exposure, attracting foreign students to study with the institution, and serving as quality control or enhancement for a partnering institution.

Keywords

Degree Program Academic Program International Joint Foreign Student International Exposure 
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References

  1. Obst, D., M. Kuder, and C. Banks 2011. Joint and double degrees in the global context: Report on an international survey. New York: Institute of International Education.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jason E. Lane
  • Kevin Kinser

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