Programme proposal forms (taught programmes)

A number of forms are available for Schools to use when proposing new programmes of study for approval.

See taught programme approval and the timeline for taught programme approval.

Undergraduate programmes

For new UG programme proposals, complete the Undergraduate programme proposal form (Word), which includes guidance notes. This form can also be used where a School is proposing major amendments to an existing undergraduate programme. See taught programme amendment process.

The final approved version must be entered directly into the programme catalogue.

Taught postgraduate programmes

For new PGT programme proposals, complete the Taught postgraduate programme proposal form (Word), which includes guidance notes. This form can also be used where a School is proposing major amendments to an existing taught postgraduate programme. See taught programme amendment processes.

The final approved version must be entered directly into the programme catalogue

Integrated Masters programmes

For new Integrated Masters programme proposals, complete the Integrated Masters programme proposal form (Word), which includes guidance notes. This form can also be used where a School is proposing major amendments to an existing taught postgraduate programme. See taught programme amendment processes.

The final approved version must be entered directly into the programme catalogue

MRes programmes

For new MRes programme proposals, complete the MRes programme proposal form (Word), which includes guidance notes. This form can also be used where a School is proposing major amendments to an existing MRes programme. See taught programme amendment processes.

The final approved version must be entered directly into the programme catalogue

Collaborative programmes

A series of forms are used for the development and approval of new collaborative programme proposals: Collaborative programme proposal forms

See Collaborative programme approval for further information on the process.

Short duration credit bearing awards and free-standing modules 

For proposing new short duration credit bearing awards or free-standing modules, use the Short duration credit bearing awards or free-standing modules proposal form (Word).