Collaborative Partnerships Board (CPB)

The Collaborative Partnerships (CPB) Board is a University-level Board which advises and reports to the Learning, Teaching and Quality Committee (LTQC) on all matters related to collaborative activities leading to an award/credit of the University.

The purpose of the Board is to initially ensure that Collaborative arrangements are negotiated, agreed and managed in accordance with the University’s formally stated policies and procedures. The Board has overall responsibility for assuring the academic standards of all awards made under a collaborative arrangement can meet the expectations of the UK Quality Code, and that the quality of learning opportunities offered through a collaborative arrangement is adequate to enable a student to achieve the academic standard required for an award.

Acting Chair: Professor Martin Stringer

Secretary: Catherine McVeigh

Paper submission: Please complete and attach the cover sheet to your paper, and submit it to

Enquiries: If you require further information at any time, please email


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