To enhance Flinders University’s framework for domestic and international third-party academic partnership arrangements, a draft of a new Third-Party Academic Partnership Policy and supporting procedures has been developed.
The draft policy and procedures, which are now available for review and comment, feature many improved aspects, including:
- Defining the types of partnerships the University may enter into, and the principles on which they will be entered into.
- Establishing a Third-Party Arrangements Advisory Committee to assess domestic and international third-party academic partnership proposals.
- Providing tools to develop a preliminary business case and full business case for partnership proposals.
- Establishing an annual review process for all third-party partnerships.
The policy and procedures are now available for comment via the Flinders Policy Library.
Feedback on the policy must be submitted by Wednesday 24 August.