This contribution addresses the complexity in establishing Erasmus Mundus joint master’s programmes between European and Asian universities. It analyses the rationales of collaboration, governance model, and sustainability of the programmes. It argues that university consortia construct a ‘third space’ where they shift the boundaries between regional, national, and institutional regulatory environments in order to sustain the partnerships and improve learning and teaching experiences.
|Title of host publication||Joint Modules and Internationalisation in Higher Education|
|Editors||Regina Egetenmeyer , Paula Guimarães, Balázs Németh|
|Place of Publication||Frankfurt|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|