Other specialist templates, such as agreement templates and exclusivity clauses are available from the Collaborative Provision Team upon request.
The Collaborative Provision Team is responsible for the drafting and approval of all such written agreements but will need to liaise with School colleagues in order to establish exact requirements. We will manage the process for obtaining the signatures of both parties and thereby executing the agreement, in line with University guidance on timescales for the signing of written agreements for partnerships and collaborative provision.
Please explore the sections below to view guidance and access forms and templates.
The Collaborative Provision Handbook can be found under section 3.5 of the Academic Regulations Webpage located here
All proposed partners are required to undergo a formal approval process prior to the signing of a partnership agreement or the approval of courses for collaborative delivery.
Guidance on the partner approval process is available in the Collaborative Provision Handbook.
In order for a University course to be delivered by an approved collaborative partner, the following activities must take place
The following guidance on the validation process is available on the Validation, Mid-Cycle Review and Periodic Review webpage.
Guidance on the approval of collaborative delivery process is available in the Collaborative Provision Handbook.
This guidance outlines the principles and processes related to material published on behalf of the University.
Current Collaborative Course Handbook templates can be found here
This guidance outlines the role and key responsibilities of a Link Tutor
Details of all Staff Development offered by Quality Assurance Services can be found by accessing the link on the right hand side of the QAS homepage