The University of East London may license other institutions to deliver whole programmes, or stages of programmes, designed by UEL staff, leading to an award or the award of credit by UEL.
A programme developed jointly with at least one other institution, which may also have degree awarding powers, leading to a UEL award, or a degree awarded jointly by the institutions, or a comparable award from another institution.
UEL may accredit a programme developed by another institution as equivalent to a UEL award, or leading to the award of a specific number of credits.
A programme of study whereby a student would not normally attend a UEL campus or that of a partner institution. Attendance may be required for residential sessions, for study support or for assessment purposes.
Collaborative programmes offered by distance learning may apply the franchise, validation, joint or double model. The collaborative partner may manage elements of delivery, support and/or assessment, as agreed at validation.