When approval to proceed has been granted for a collaborative arrangement, the relevant School is requested to nominate a University Coordinator to provide a point of contact on the development, monitoring and enhancement of the collaborative arrangement at programme level.
The Faculty should nominate a University Coordinator where the arrangement is across Schools in a Faculty. Where the arrangement crosses Faculties, the Faculty Pro-Vice-Chancellors together should nominate a University Coordinator. Where the arrangement is for recruitment purposes only, the University Coordinator’s main role is in ensuring adherence to the Memorandum of Agreement.
The University Coordinator role is one of the key elements in maintaining standards and ensuring ongoing dialogue with the collaborative organisation.
i. To ensure that the Memorandum of Agreement is adhered to.
ii. To liaise with the collaborative partner.
iii. To provide an annual monitoring report to CPG (articulations only)
iv. To assess if any changes to programmes or University regulations will impact on the MOA, for example, for articulations where the programme changes at a partner university may impact on advanced standing.
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