We are able to offer collaborative partnership links over a range of subject areas.
What is a collaborative partnership?
Collaborative partnerships is defined as 'all arrangements in which the University makes an award (solely or jointly) or gives credit towards an award on the basis of education provided by another institution or organisation in the UK or overseas.'
More information about University policies and procedures regarding Collaborative Partnerships can be found by following the link below, to the Teaching and Learning Support Office:
The School has been running validation programmes for over 10 years, particularly in the fields of Religion and Theology, Drama and Arts.
Students taking validated programmes at the partner institutions will be awarded the University of Manchester.
It currently validates programmes in the following institutions:
- Cliff College
- Luther King House Theological College
- Nazarene Theological College
- Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance
- Sotheby's Institute of Art – London
- Spurgeon's College
- The International Baptist Theological Seminary
2+2 Articulation partners
We have an articulation arrangement with a number of top Chinese universities at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
This arrangement enables students from partner institutions to study for degrees at The University of Manchester.
Our partner institutions include:
- Fudan University
- Zhejiang University
- Sun Yat-sen University
- Shanghai Jiaotong University
- Beijing Language and Culture University
- Shandong University
The School is now looking for new partners in South Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Karen Wang - External Relations Manager
Ashton Bamfield - Collaborative Partnerships Administrative Officer