We've been working hard to ensure that you are able to start with us in October – in whatever way possible.
We are committed to appealing to a broad student market through a wide range of provision and work closely with partner institutions to develop and maintain high quality and accessible learning opportunities, in the UK and internationally.
We offer many forms of partnership arrangement and have several types in place with our current partners.
We have partnerships with institutions in the UK and internationally.
Through our partnership with Kaplan Singapore, we offer a number of Essex Business School courses in Singapore.
A double degree programme in the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering is available in partnership with Northwest University, China.
The establishment of new academic partnership arrangements or link agreements, both in the UK and internationally, follows a set approval process and operating framework.
Find out about the process of setting up an academic partnership.
Find out about the process of setting up a link agreement.
Our Partnerships team manages the University's partnership activity in conjunction with the Dean and Deputy Dean of Partnerships.
Find out about the formal meetings and reporting that take place with our partners.
Find out about the institutional review that place with our partner institutions.
Find out about the ongoing monitoring process of courses.
Information covering the framework for the approval, monitoring and review procedures for UK and international academic partnerships.
Student involvement and feedback is a vital part of our University's approach to quality assurance and enhancement.