Institutional members

Institutional members

ProDeJIP accepts Institutional members, known as "Constituents" within the Association. Such members may be Universities or other HEIs, Master Consortia (e.g. EMMC or EMJMD), or other networks and associations in the field of European higher education with a stake in joint programmes. There are currently a dozen institutional members, which are listed below.


In line with the statutes, Constituents are admitted by ProDeJIP's General Assembly, which is held at the annual congress. Constituents should nominate an official representative, and may endorse up to 5 individuals, or "experts", who may benefit from this membership.


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To apply to become a Constituent of ProDeJIP, please complete the form and return it to the same e-mail address. 


The annual fee for institutional members is 500€.

agro paris tech

Agro Paris Tech, France

The Paris Institute of Technology for life, food and environmental sciences (AgroParisTech) is a higher education and research institution training high level students in agronomy, agriculture, environment, life sciences and food technology.

AgroParisTech advances scientific knowledge, in close association with public and private research centers, the main relevant technical-vocational centers, as well as industrial partners.

It offers study programmes at Master (Master of Engineering & Master of Science), post-master and doctoral levels and counts about 2000 students (20% international) and 400 PhD students (40% international).

The institute has eight campuses, four of them in the Paris region, the other ones being located in Nancy, Montpellier, Clermont-Ferrand and Kourou.

AgroParisTech is member of ParisTech, a consortium gathering 10 French “Grandes Écoles” in Engineering and Management, as well as of Université Paris-Saclay (community of 18 prestigious higher education and research institutes), Agreenium-IAVFF (French Institute for Agricultural, Forestry, and Veterinary Sciences) and Pôle STVE (Paris cluster in Life and Environmental Science and Technology).

AgroParisTech is involved in numerous strategic international collaborations developed over the years, both in research and education, including the coordination of Erasmus Mundus / Erasmus + Joint PhD and Master Programmes.

universite de bordeaux

Université de Bordeaux, France

The University of Bordeaux is a multidisciplinary University counting about 45.000 students and 5630 staff. UB offers 245 curricula leading to national degrees and about 35 international master and doctorate programmes (among which 9 got the Erasmus Mundus label). Its cutting-edge research activities are carried out in 70 research departments associated with major research bodies (CNRS, CEA, INSERM and INRA).

UB is ranked top in its fields of expertise (208 in the shanghai university ranking) and has been recently rewarded by the French government for its overall campus strategy for excellence.

Over the past 15 years, UB has been actively contributing to the strengthening of the EHEA by welcoming more than 6220 foreign students, developing an extensive network of more than 200 partners; participating in 9 EM joint programmes at master and PhD levels (incl. 5 as a coordinator) and EM Action 2 programmes (currently in 8 lots) and internationalizing its research offer (80 FP7 projects, 3 joint laboratories).


Associazione CIMEA, Italy

CIMEA - Information Centre on Academic Mobility and Equivalence was established in 1984. Since 1986, it is operating on the basis of an agreement with the MIUR (Ministry of Education, University and Research). CIMEA is the Italian centre within the NARIC network (National Academic Recognition Information Centres), ENIC network (European Network of National Information Centres on academic recognition and mobility) and MERIC network (Mediterranean Recognition Information Centres).

CIMEA owns an international documentation centre and a few specialised databases and gives information to individuals about the recognition of foreign study qualifications, provides advice to institutions on the comparability of foreign qualifications, promotes the free movement of citizens and participates in several EU projects.

european consortium for accreditation

European Consortium for Accreditation, The Netherlands

The European Consortium for Accreditation in Higher Education (ECA) was founded in 2003 as a project organisation with the primary aim of mutual recognition of accreditation decisions. Since 15th April 2014 ECA is an association. 

The membership of ECA consists of QA agencies with a focus on accreditation in the EHEA. There are currently 15 member agencies from 11 European countries: Belgium (Flanders), Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden. 

The vision of ECA is to act as an internationally recognised driver of innovation in quality assurance. With its expertise, networking and services ECA contributes to the implementation of the EHEA, promotes internationalisation of higher education and assures “state of the art” activities of its members.

european master in law economics

European Master in Law and Economics

This programme offers the unique opportunity for interdisciplinary studies of law and economics at two or even three European and Non-European universities. Each partner university awards a Master degree (equivalent to LL.M. / M.A. / M.Sc.).

The programme provides students with an advanced understanding of the economic effects of divergent laws and prepares students for a professional career, for example, in public organisations, in multinational law firms or consultancy firms. Graduates are also well prepared for doctorate research in a Ph.D. programme such as the European Doctorate in Law and Economics.
The EMLE has been recognized by the European Commission as an Erasmus+: Erasmus Mundus Master Programme of "outstanding academic quality". 

universita genova

Università degli studi di Genova, Italy

universiteit gent

Universiteit Gent, Belgium

Ghent University is a top 100 university and one of the major universities in Belgium, it was founded in1817 by King William I of Orange.

The past 200 years, Ghent University employed manyeminent scientists such as Nobel Prize winners CorneilleHeymans and Maurice Maeterlinck,Today, Ghent University is a top 100 university and oneof the major Belgian universities counting over 41,000students and 9,000 employees.

The 11 faculties are composed of 117 faculty departments. These departments offer more than 230 high-quality courses in every one of their scientific disciplines, each inspired by innovative research.

UGent distinguishes itself as a socially committed and pluralistic university in a broad international perspective. 

universiteit leiden

Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands

Leiden University was founded in 1575 and is one of Europe’s leading international research universities. It has seven faculties in the arts, sciences and social sciences, spread over locations in Leiden and The Hague. The University has over 5,500 staff members and 25,800 students. The motto of the University is 'Praesidium Libertatis' – Bastion of Freedom.


Neurasmus, France

Neurasmus is developped through the active cooperation of 6 partner universities and 4 Associated Members.

The 6 Neurasmus academic partners (Université de Bordeaux, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, UMG Universitätsmedizin Göttingen, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Universidade de Coimbra, Université Laval) are sites of excellence in neuroscience and have a proven track record of close collaboration. Most of them are part of the European Neuroscience Campus Network, a new organization of Neuroscience Centres in Europe, with the aim to organize - and formalize - research collaborations, align grant acquisition strategies and create exchange opportunities at all levels of education and professional work.

In order to boost future brain research in Europe, Neurasmus offers a stimulating, interdisciplinary training environment for young neuroscientists with the goal to prepare them for future challenges in neuroscience research.By joining the complementary forces of the consortium members, the programme offers a unique interdisciplinary and integrated approach of normal brain function and of brain diseases. By fostering collaboration of the scientists and institutions involved across Europe, the Neurasmus Joint Master Programme constitutes an excellent, pan-European networking and career development platform for the participating Master students.


Pułtusk Academy of Humanities, Poland

Great works are often inspired by a human dream. Such was, as quite a number of the founders declare, the origin of Pultusk Academy of Humanities (formerly: Pultusk School of Humanities), a school for higher education opened in a small town, actively pursuing its statutory activity and providing its students with quality education. The ‘ATENA' Academic Education and Research Society, the founding body of Pultusk School of Humanities, by making its successful attempt at turning that idea into reality, over 10 years ago, made it possible for lots of young people to obtain higher education.


Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia

Moscow Public University, founded in 1908 through the initiative of Alfons L. Shanyavsky, an eminent Russian patron of arts, played a special role in Russian education.

Up to 1918, it was Russia’s first “free” university center unfettered by formal limitations and open to everyone “truly thirsting for knowledge”. It implemented the progressive principles of alternative education in conjunction with a sound academic foundation available to all.

In 2012, Russian State University for the Humanities celebrates the 100th anniversary of its main building, whichbelonged to Moscow Public University before the Russian Revolution of 1917.

Moscow State Institute for History and Archives was founded in 1930 for training archive studies specialists.

Over the years it became a center of academic research. In its archival pursuits in the areas of history and such auxiliary realms as the study of primary sources, archaeology and palaeontology, it managed to preserve the very best of the Russian research tradition.

By the beginning of the 1990s this institution achieved the level of “university”, which naturally enabled it to become the structural heart of RSUH, which was founded in 1991.

Russian State University for the Humanities is one of the leading universities in Russia. Based on century-long traditions, it is also poised on the cutting edge of innovations.