Collaborative projects are cost effective and delivered as a focused period of activity – usually six months. They are grounded in sharing excellent practice, developing innovative approaches and assessing the impact of change.
Institutions involved in the collaborative projects benefit from focused support on key issues, a safe space to share challenges and build networks of support, and implementing meaningful change.
Since 2016 more than 70 institutions have participated in our collaborative projects. The projects have focused on key issues in higher education, including student retention, closing degree attainment gaps, assessment practice in medical schools, and teaching in business schools.
“By collaborating with other schools it has shown that there are a number of shared issues, challenges and areas of focus for development across the sector … The project has helped foster relationships with our peers and through these we are now starting to build on some of the ideas generated during the project work.”
Hull York Medical School