ETIKETA is an Erasmus+ policy experimentation pilot project for purposing a joint European degree label promoted by DG Education, Youth, Sport and Culture - Unit B1 Higher Education.
As a pilot project ETIKETA will promote the design and test of transnational cooperation instruments based on proposed co-created European criteria, for the delivery of a joint European degree label for joint transnational higher education programmes.
ETIKETA builds on the experience in promoting the European University FilmEU and several existing joint degrees led by Higher Education institutions (HEIs) involved in this and in other Alliances and integrates several national authorities and stakeholders, in view of testing and developing a label for European joint degrees that recognises the value of these innovative transnational learning experiences and increases the visibility, attractiveness, and reputation of joint programmes provided by alliances of European Higher Education Institutes, both in Europe and beyond.
ETIKETA includes several research and design stages, amidst moments of joint reflection and public sharing of results, in order to ensure the production of outcomes of the proposed pilot that will facilitate the delivery of a joint European degree label and the provision of joint degrees by European HEIs.
ETIKETA builds on past solid experience in this domain and an innovative concept and methodology to attain outcomes that will facilitate and promote the future provision of European Joint Degrees.
The full partner HEIs have significant experience of delivering Joint Transnational Degree Programmes including three existing European Joint Masters Erasmus Mundus:
LUCA has the lead in work package 5 (WP5) that facilitates the communication and dissemination of the ETIKETA project. Together with representatives from the other High Education Institutes Partners.
Project members for LUCA School of Arts:
Alexandra Vanlanduyt (Educational Development and QA - LUCA)
Filip Vervenne (Quality Assurance and Educational Development - LUCA)
Ann-Sophie De Praitere (Quality Assurance and Educational Development - LUCA)