The London Met policy and process for Collaborative Academic Partnerships have been developed in consultation with the QAA Quality Code published in March 2018 and the QAA Advice and Guidance on Partnerships published in November 2018.
London Met is committed to developing national and international partnerships, which will increase research, educational and knowledge transfer collaborations.
The University has established a framework for the development and management of its collaborative arrangements and takes ultimate responsibility for the academic standards of its own awards and the quality of learning opportunities for students irrespective of where these are delivered or who provides them.
- 01. Introduction and Overview of roles and responsibilities
- 02. Initial Investigation and Due Diligence
- 03. Institutional Approval
- 04. Change of Ownership
- 05. Approval of new sites or campuses of approved institutions
- 06. Curriculum Design and Development - Collaborative Courses
- 07. Modifications - Collaborative Courses
- 08. Continuous Monitoring - Collaborative Courses
- 09. Periodic Course Review - Collaborative Courses
- 10. Institutional Review
- 11. Course Suspension and Closure - Collaborative Courses
- 12. Partnership Termination
- 13. Emergency Review and Improvement Action Plan
- 14. Processing requests for additional cohorts
- 15. Quality assurance of awards taught assessed in a language other than English