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The partnership approval process is the means by which the University establishes the market demand, strategic fit and financial viability for a proposed new collaborative arrangement.
Approval for entering into new collaborative partnerships must be sought from the Learning Partnerships Advisory Group (LPAG) which is chaired by the PVC for Research & Global Partnerships.
There are a number of steps to be undertaken before a new proposal can be considered at LPAG. Consult your ADSD and Faculty link QAO for advice on timescales.
Formal proposals for new partnerships are presented to LPAG on the appropriate Collaborative Provision Proposal Form which provides the Group with details of:
Before a proposal can be submitted to LPAG, the project leader must carry out due diligence enquiries, assess the risks involved in the partnership, and obtain Faculty Executive approval.