The University engages in different types of partnership arrangements as follows:
Distance delivery describes an arrangement whereby a course is wholly delivered and assessed by the University at another organisation's premises.
An articulation arrangement facilitates entry with advanced standing from another institution to a University course. Advanced standing is granted to regular cohorts of students completing a period of study on a named course at a named partner.
Foundation degree progression is where progression with advanced standing is granted to regular cohorts of students from a named foundation degree to a University course. This includes any level 6 or 7 course designed as a stand-alone top-up course.
School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) is a specific agreement between the University and a School (or consortium of Schools) by which students complete 60 level 7 credits at NTU and the equivalent of 60 level 6 credits at the SCITT School.
Full definitions of each type of partnership arrangement can be found in Section 10 of the NTU Quality Handbook.
See Current Partners for information about our current partnership arrangements.