Collaborative provision

Working in partnership is central to the academic mission of Canterbury Christ Church University.

Collaborative provision is a type of partnership in which:

"learning opportunities leading or contributing to the award of academic credit or a qualification … are delivered, assessed or supported through an arrangement with one or more organisations other than the degree-awarding body"

The UK Quality Code for Higher Education,  Chapter B10: Managing Higher Education Provision with Others.

Collaborative programmes require start-up and monitoring procedures additional to those for programmes delivered exclusively by the University. Full details of the way in which the University approves and manages collaborative partnerships are available in the Quality Manual.

The University’s Collaborative Provision Handbook provides information on both the approval and management of collaborative partnerships.

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Last edited: 21/12/2017 11:53:00