The University offers programmes of study delivered through collaborative partnerships with other institutions in the UK and overseas.
Collaborative provision is important to the University as it enables its programmes to be made available to students from a wide range of geographical areas and offers them a truly global education experience. It is also beneficial to the University’s partner institutions, and students studying there, in offering valuable links to higher education in the UK, research and staff development opportunities, opportunities for student progression and the benefits available to all University of Wales Trinity Saint David alumni.
Register of Collaborative Provision
Our Register of Collaborative Provision can be accessed here :- LINK HERE FOR THE REGISTER
An Enrolment Agreement form has been produced for use at our partner institutions. The purpose of the form is to ensure that students are aware of the legal relationship between them and the University.
Collaborative Partner Operations manual
A Collaborative Partner Operations manual has been written primarily for the guidance of partner institutions, although much of the information it contains will also be relevant to University staff involved in collaborative partnerships. The aim of the Manual is to provide a general guide to operating a collaborative programme, and to confirm the University’s commitment to providing a quality service to its partner institutions, to enable them to operate effectively.
The manual includes content from the Academic Quality Handbook and refers to the appropriate chapters and appendices for further details, as applicable. The manual can be accessed here:-
University Regulations Student Guide for students at partner institutions have been produced to provide information about the various procedures and regulations related to the University programme.
These guides are for students on taught degree and do not cover research degree students. The student guides can be as accessed here:
- Collaborative Partnerships - University Regulations Undergraduate Student Guide
- Collaborative Partnerships - University Regulations Postgraduate Student Guide
Although core learning resources for students are provided by each partner institution, the University is able to provide some additional resources to its students based at partner institutions. Details can be found here.
The Academic Office provides an overview of quality assurance for partnerships. The principal Academic Office contacts are:
Mrs Elisa Tavares Llewellyn, Head of Collaborative Partnerships
Tel: 01792 481095
Mr Gwion Ramage, Senior Administrative Officer (Collaborative Partnerships)
Tel: 01267 676653
The Registry provides support in the area of student enrolment/registration, examinations and examining boards. The principal Registry contacts are:
Miss Nicola Williams, Registry Services Officer
Tel: 01267 225145
In addition, support for partnerships is also provided by a range of other officers and departments within the University. For contact details of staff within the Faculties, as well as the relevant Partnership Co-ordinator, Programme Director and Partnership Team Leader, please contact Academic Office staff in the first instance.
Collaborative Partnership Event 29 November 2016
The third UWTSD conference for collaborative partners took place on 29 November 2016 in Cardiff.
The agenda and slides from the presentation can be accessed below.
- Collaborative Partnerships Conference Programme November 2016
- Partner Presentation by Elisa Tavares-Llewellyn, Head of Collaborative Partnerships
- Consumer Protection Law in the FE HE Sector by Gaynor Hart, Senior Corporate Development Officer
- UWTSD Enhancement Unit by Caroline Usei, Head of Enhancement Unit Nov 2016
- Enhancement Project at Hereford College of Arts by Sarah-Jane Crowson
- UWTSD and Sector Update for Partnerships by Sarah Clark, APVC (Corporate and Quality)