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Partnerships Board

Partnerships Board is the Senate Committee that has oversight of QMUL partnerships activity, including trans-national education provision.

Partnerships Board manages QMUL policy and procedures for the development and approval of collaborative proposals between QMUL and partner institutions both in the UK and overseas.  It also assesses and manages any potential risks for the University.

Meeting Dates 2022/23

During 2022/23, Partnerships Board will meet on the following dates:

Tuesday 27th September 2022 (3-4:30pm)

Robert Tong Room and Online, via MS Teams

Tuesday 1st November 2022 (3-4:30pm)

Robert Tong Room and Online, via MS Teams

Tuesday 31st January 2023 (3-4:30pm)

Robert Tong Room and Online, via MS Teams

Tuesday 14th March 2023 (3-4:30pm)

Robert Tong Room and Online, via MS Teams

Tuesday 9th May 2023 (3-4:30pm)

Room TBC and Online, via MS Teams

Tuesday 27th June 2023 (3-4:30pm)

Room TBC and Online, via MS Teams

Paper deadlines

New proposals and renewals of existing arrangements, as well as reports of approved agreements under the low-risk approval process, and any other papers for consideration by PB, must be submitted at least two weeks prior to meetings, by the following dates:

  • 13th September 2022 (for the 27th September 2022 meeting)
  • 18th October 2022 (for the 1st November 2022 meeting)
  • 17th January 2023 (for the 31st January 2023 meeting)
  • 28th February 2023 (for the 14th March 2023 meeting)
  • 25th April 2023 (for the 9th May 2023 meeting)
  • 13th June 2023 (for the 27th June 2023 meeting)

Guidance and contacts

For advice on preparing and submitting proposals to PB please contact the Academic Secretariat. For international proposals, Clare Burke in the International Partnerships Office can also be contacted. Ceri Bevan in the Global Opportunities Office should be contacted for Study Abroad and Exchange agreements.

For further information on academic approval please contact the Academic Quality and Standards Officer specifically assigned to work with your Faculty:

  • Ashley Palmer (Faculty of Science and Engineering, and UG non-clinical SMD programmes).
  • Alison Dawn (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences).
  • Alice de Havillan (School of Medicine and Dentistry PGT programmes).

More information on the approval processes can be found on these pages:

More specific guidance on selected forms of collaborative activity is provided on this page: Detailed Guidance.

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