A progression agreement is similar to an articulation agreement in that it represents a formal link between the University and another organisation, with a view to the admission of students to associated programmes at the University.

As with an articulation agreement, the relationship is based on an evaluation by the University of the curriculum for the qualification offered by the other organisation.  However, in the case of progression agreements there is no guarantee of entry for cohorts of students and progression may not necessarily be limited to specific programmes of study, as it would be in an articulation agreement.

If you are seeking to establish a Progression Agreement you must secure approval from your faculty and endorsement from the Partnership Working Group (PWG).

Forms 

NPP4b  Proposal Form for Progression Agreements - complete and take this form to your Faculty approving committee and to PWG

Useful documents

Progression Agreement Flow Chart