TYPES OF PARTNERSHIP ACTIVITIES
We offer many forms of partnership arrangement and have several types in place with our current partners.
v Academic partnership arrangements
Academic partnership arrangements enable students to study courses at a partner institution and/or at the University and upon successful completion receive a GTUZambia award.
v Validation arrangements
The University, as an awarding institution, judges that a programme (or part thereof) developed and delivered by another institution or organisation is of an appropriate quality and standard to lead to its award.
v Franchise arrangements
The University allows the whole or part of one or more of its own internally developed programmes to be delivered and assessed at a partner institution, leading to an award of the University.
v Joint degree/award
The Greenland Technical University and one or more other awarding institution(s) together provide a programme leading to a joint award of both, or all, institutions. Students are awarded a single certificate.
v Double degree/multiple degrees
The Greenland Technical University and one or more other awarding institution(s) together provide a joint programme leading to awards of both, or all, institutions.
Students are awarded two (or more) certificates, one from each of the degree-awarding bodies involved.
v Articulation arrangements
The University guarantees students entry to a Greenland Technical University course, as a result of successfully completing recognized prior study at a partner institution. Under such an arrangement, the University usually agrees to recognize and grant specific credit to applicants from a named programme of study pursued in the partner institution. Unlike progression arrangements, the relevant University Department does not have the right to refuse admission to a student who has fulfilled the agreed conditions for entry.
OTHER FORMS OF PARTNERSHIP
Many Other forms of partnership include:
Work Placement - students from our University are able to spend a period of time undertaking a work placement as part of their course in the internationally, managed by the Employability and Careers Centre.
Postgraduate research degrees with co-supervision at another institution - either (1) arrangements made on an individual student-by-student basis and managed by our Postgraduate Research Education team, or (2) developed with another institution for an agreed number of students to be enrolled each year and managed by our team through the process for forming new academic partnerships.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships - three-way partnerships between our University, a company and a graduate, designed to help companies solve strategic problems, managed by our Research and Enterprise Office.