To facilitate joint programmes, the ECA Coordination Point provides guidance and assistance for quality assurance and accreditation of joint programmes. In addition, the Coordination Point provides all the essential background information for both quality assurance agencies and joint programmes.
Quality assurance agencies established a formal agreement through which accreditation decisions will be recognised (more or less) automatically in several countries.
To avoid multiple national accreditation procedures, a joint programme can choose to undergo a single procedure leading to accreditation in multiple countries.
All the essential information for joint programmes and quality assurance agencies such as regulatory frameworks and a joint programmes check-list.