2009, English, Article edition: Distance learning education as substitute to student's motilities Bailly, Pierre; Besson, Jean-Louis

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  • Distance learning education as substitute to student's motilities
Author
  • Bailly, Pierre
  • Besson, Jean-Louis
Published
  • HAL - CCSD
  • 2009
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  • Double diploma is a means for distance learning to set up international cooperation which 1) are economic (out of money and time) for students 2) respectful partner institution 3) without risk for partner institution. European higher education area constitutes the legal framework and helpful structure for recognising training periods (credits). Two schemes were chiefly explored and implemented by Distance learning department of economics Faculty (ESE). The two principal models are: double symmetrical diploma out of complete cursus: for one year study, each institution validates 30 credits of partner's institution the result is only one cursus delivers two diplomas double asymmetrical diploma (access in last year of local studies): ESE recognizes the formation followed in economics formation in the partner university (several conventions in Russia, in particular) for a certain amount of credits and the students follow, during their last local year, the missing French credits in EAD. Indeed, the international mobility of the students does not only require to regulate the problems of organisation (also crucial they are) but also to define the methods of mutual recognition of the appropriations obtained in the same field.
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