Programme director's handbook

Joint programme governance and management

Guidance for good practices in managing joint degree programmes and drafting a joint programme governance model.
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Further reading

Selected articles from the Programme Director's Handbook & Aalto Handbook

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Preparing a new degree programme

The most important thing in preparing a new degree programme is the clear purpose of the programme and the fit of the programme as part of Aalto University's degree programme portfolio.

Programme director's handbook
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Using data of teaching and studying for programme development

Data about teaching and studying is one of the key bases that support the monitoring, evaluation and development of education and our programmes.

Programme director's handbook
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Management of education

Continual development of the quality of teaching and learning is one of the university's key strategic objectives. Aalto University promotes a positive culture of learning. Special attention is paid to supporting the progress of studies and monitoring the study process to ensure learning outcomes.

Aalto Handbook
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International Joint Degree Programmes

Aalto University offers international joint degree programmes at master-level together with its partner universities in over 20 countries. These programmes have separate application periods and admission procedures from the rest of the master's programmes offered by Aalto University.

Admission Services
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International Joint Programmes

One tool for internationalisation of teaching and learning is development of joint programmes together with international partner universities.

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