Developing collaborations

 Planning a new collaboration

The procedure for the approval of collaborative provision (taught programmes and research degree programmes) should be read prior to completing the forms below.

Stage 1 is an initial consideration (including initial due diligence), and stage 2 is a detailed consideration for full approval.

There are separate procedures for the approval of a new validated programme.

Relevant forms

Additional information for specific collaboration types

Articulation agreements (sometimes called 2+2 or 2+1)

Joint or double PhD programmes (sometimes called cotutelles)

Erasmus + (including Erasmus Mundus/Joint Masters)

Other collaborations

For other types of collaboration contact the relevant staff below.

  • Global Engagement
    • Establishment of a general collaborative agreement (i.e. without a clearly defined learning and teaching goal) at institutional or department level with an international partner.
  • Centre for Global Programmes
    • Setting up a study abroad/student exchange in Europe or beyond
  • Student Recruitment and Admissions
    • Setting up a progression or matriculation agreement (entry to York without advanced standing)
  • Research and Enterprise 
    • Collaborative research projects

A student works at a whiteboard in a tutorial (image: John Houlihan)

Who to contact