He added: "We have a longstanding relationship with the technocampus and it has been very successful, but now there are more opportunities, with the Horizon 2020 European framework, to develop dual-degree programmes and joint degree programmes with other universities in Western Europe.
What does JD stand for?
JD stands for Joint Degree (MD/MBA JD/MBA etc.)
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Yet only 31 percent completed their education through a joint degree program and said they did so because it provided a streamlined approach to coursework and allowed them to finish in a shorter period of time and save money.
Shinichi Kitaoka jointly signed an agreement at the Keidanren Hall in Tokyo, to officially launch their new Joint Degree partnership, which they have called EMGAP, for "Engineering Management Global Advanced Program".
The partnership will aim to run a joint degree programme being offered at graduate level in 2014.
The partnership will see joint degrees with students studying at both universities during their courses.
A tour of Cardiff Met - famous for its sporting heritage - was arranged and the minister was accompanied by students from the University of Brunei Darussalem (UBD) who are studying in Cardiff as part of a joint degree programme.
The list of universities offering such a joint degree is long: American University, Boston College, Buffalo, DePaul, Georgetown, Georgia, Georgia State, Indiana, Louisville, Miami, Northeastern, Notre Dame, Oregon, Penn State, Pennsylvania, Pepperdine, Pittsburg, Rutgers, Temple, UCLA, Villanova, Wake Forest, William and Mary.