We aim to develop sustainable partnerships with key international partners that will contribute to the University’s aim to “transform lives locally and globally through the creation, sharing, and application of knowledge”.
Our ambition is to develop sustainable and scalable partnerships which contribute to the overall strategy and priorities of the University.
We provide professional support to develop and manage key educational partnerships.
This includes the assessment of potential projects, business planning, and contract negotiation on behalf of the University.
If you are interested in proposing a partnership with us complete the form on this guide and a member of the Global Partnerships team will be in touch with you to discuss the next steps.
The Global Partnerships team lead the coordination of any partnership visits. Complete the form if you are planning a visit.
The Global Partnerships annual review process aims to provide central oversight of collaborative partnership activity across the University. Schools can also review and feedback on their partnerships.
Code of practice
The Collaborative Code of Practice supports us in successfully developing and managing academic related partnerships
We have over 300 active agreements with international partners from over 40 countries.
Rules and regulations
The work of the Global Partnerships Team is supported by the committee structure outlined.
Global Partnerships works with Schools to support the development of scalable international and UK collaborations. Schools are responsible for the management of their collaborations.
In 2016 International College Dundee (ICD) was established as a collaboration between us and Oxford International Education Group to help maximise our student recruitment in international markets.
The ICD venture is one of the key collaborations managed by the Global Partnerships team and is an integral part of the team’s portfolio.