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Sin, Cristina, and Orlanda Tavares. Reasons For The Poor Employability Of The First Degree In Students' Perceptions. Proceedings Of The 3Rd International Conference On Higher Education Advances. Proceedings Of The 3Rd International Conference On Higher Education Advances. Universitat Politècnica València, 2017. doi:10.4995/head17.2017.5175.
Sin, Cristina. Higher Education Reforms In Romania. Between The Bologna Process And National Challenges. European Journal Of Higher Education 5. European Journal Of Higher Education (2015): 445–448. doi:10.1080/21568235.2015.1044553.
Sin, Cristina. The Devil In The Detail: Contradictory National Requirements And Bologna Master Degrees. Tertiary Education And Management 19. Tertiary Education And Management (2013): 16-31.
Sin, Cristina. Epistemology, Sociology, And Learning And Teaching In Physics. Science Education 98. Science Education (2014): 342-365.
Sin, Cristina. The Bologna Master Degree In Search Of An Identity. European Journal Of Higher Education 2, no. 2-3. European Journal Of Higher Education (2012): 174-186. doi:10.1080/21568235.2012.702437.
Sin, Cristina, Orlanda Tavares, and J. Aguiar. Covid-19: Threat Or Opportunity For The Portuguese Higher Education’s Attractiveness For International Students?. Journal Of Studies In International Education. Journal Of Studies In International Education (2022). doi:10.1177/10283153221121396.
Sin, Cristina, Orlanda Tavares, and Alberto Amaral. The Impact Of Programme Accreditation On Portuguese Higher Education Provision. Assessment & Evaluation In Higher Education 42. Assessment & Evaluation In Higher Education (2016): 860–871. doi:10.1080/02602938.2016.1203860.
Sin, Cristina, Orlanda Tavares, and Alberto Amaral. Balanç Dels Canvis En La Garantia De La Qualitat En L'educació Superior A Portugal Entre 2007 I 2015. Debats. Revista De Cultura, Poder I Societat 131. Debats. Revista De Cultura, Poder I Societat (2017). doi:10.28939/iam.debats.131-2.6.
Sin, Cristina, L.G. Veiga, and Alberto Amaral. Attractiveness And Internationalisation. In European Policy Implementation And Higher Education. Analysing The Bologna Process, 177-195. European Policy Implementation And Higher Education. Analysing The Bologna Process. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-50462-3_9.
Sin, Cristina. Teaching And Learning: A Journey From The Nargins To The Core In European Higher Education Policy. In The European Higher Education Area, 325–341. The European Higher Education Area. Springer International Publishing, 2015. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-20877-0_22.
Sin, Cristina. Researching Research In Master's Degrees In Europe. European Educational Research Journal 11. European Educational Research Journal (2012): 290-301.
Sin, Cristina, Diana Soares, and Orlanda Tavares. Coursework In Industrial Doctorates: A Worthwhile Contribution To Students’ Training?. Higher Education Research And Development 40(6). Higher Education Research And Development (2021).
Sin, Cristina, Orlanda Tavares, and Alberto Amaral. Accepting Employability As A Purpose Of Higher Education? Academics' Perceptions And Practices. Studies In Higher Education. Studies In Higher Education (2017): 1–12. doi:10.1080/03075079.2017.1402174.
Sin, Cristina, and Orlanda Tavares. Integrating International Students: The Missing Link In Portuguese Higher Education Institutions. Journal Of Comparative & International Higher Education 11. Journal Of Comparative & International Higher Education (2019): 59-65.
Sin, Cristina. Student Assessment In Portugal: Academic Practice And Bologna Policy. Higher Education Policy 27. Higher Education Policy (2014): 323-340.
Sin, Cristina. Implementation And Understandings Of The Bologna Master: A Three-Country Comparison. Journal Of The European Higher Education Area 3. Journal Of The European Higher Education Area (2012): 17-36.
Sin, Cristina, and G. Neave. Employability Deconstructed: Perceptions Of Bologna Stakeholders. Studies In Higher Education 41. Studies In Higher Education (2016): 1447-1462.

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