Independent researcher of Tashkent State University of Economics
Abstract. In the article is presented the role and necessity of joint education programs and the fact that joint education programs are new forms of education, serve as a methodological basis and semantic guide for updating and improving the education system. , at the same time, the need to define the nature and main components of current and future international programs in order to achieve qualitative results of education. Joint programs are a fairly new phenomenon for most universities. Joint implementation of training programs contributes to their attractiveness. However, such cooperation also raises important strategic, pedagogical and practical challenges, especially when legislative and educational structures differ. The work is demanding and time-consuming, and support is needed to create well-integrated and high-quality programs. This article describes the information and processes related to the various stages of work on joint programs. This article provides recommendations for the development, design, and implementation of dual degree programs. This article suggests that the adoption of flexible policies can help address or resolve ongoing challenges facing international joint and double degree programs or collaborative degrees. While no single policy can ever solve all problems, this article suggests that working collaboratively to identify policy problems can help institutions improve their capacity, expertise, and learning opportunities for their faculty, staff, and students. Additionally, new collaborative research using advanced quantitative or qualitative research methods is urgently needed to understand academic policies regarding course equivalencies, credit transfers, assessment/grading methodologies, and general education requirements); institutional policies regarding accreditation policies and procedures, quality assurance standards, articulation agreements, study abroad programs, and student exchange agreements; and academic freedom, academic integrity, faculty and student requirements, security, and international joint and dual degree programs.
Key words: joint education, educational program, curriculum, assessment, educational requirements, cooperation.