This is a form of transnational education which involves the delivery of a University of Glasgow programme by University of Glasgow staff using the premises and facilities of another organisation (often another Higher Education Institution) physically and geographically distanced from Glasgow’s UK campuses. The University of Glasgow retains overall control of delivery and the formal teaching is undertaken mainly by its staff. The partner institution may provide some teaching, administrative or learning support. ‘Offshore provision’ and ‘flying faculty’ are other terms used for this type of collaboration. You can find out more information here.
|Business Case and Costing Model|
|Due Diligence Checks|
|Joint Management Board|
|Memorandum of Understanding [Not required in every case]|
|Memorandum of Agreement|
|Operational Plan for Year One|
|Year 1 Review|
There are a number of tools available to help staff develop a collaboration. The key documents are listed here. Further tools can be found on the relevant webpage.