University Progression Agreement

It is important for us to help you remove the barriers to your university application. Accordingly, we undertake not to provide a UCAS reference to support your application to one of our non-interview courses. It is not mandatory to sign a Memorandum of Understanding to establish further partnerships. It is preferable to avoid the establishment of a Memorandum of Understanding and to proceed directly to an agreement relevant to the specific type of partnership. However, we understand that a memorandum of understanding for certain institutions is recognised as a prerequisite for opening a debate on collaborative activities. To make a declaration of intent, please complete the MOU Initial Enquiry form and send it to academicpartnerships@plymouth.ac.uk A progression agreement is similar to an articulation agreement, as it constitutes a formal link between the university and another organization for the admission of students to programs associated with the university. Step 2: Consult the Faculty and team for international relations in the International Office d. Talk to the international relations team who assess the partner`s suitability and advise on the impact an agreement can have on recruitment. The faculty must be informed of the progress made with regard to possible progress in order to ensure compliance with the directives and procedures. e. After approval from the International Relations team, you obtain formal permission from the Dean of the Faculty and the Principal of the School to enter into an agreement. f.