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QAA International Members are invited to submit an application to lead an International Collaborative Enhancement Project.


We offer funding for groups of member institutions to work together to explore areas of shared interest and deliver projects which will provide benefits for the participating providers and their students, and also for the wider QAA Membership. Each project benefits the partners who are directly involved and develops outputs that are useful for our membership more widely.




Applications for 2024-25

QAA is currently inviting International Members to submit project proposals for consideration under our International Collaborative Enhancement Project fund for 2024-25.


To lead a project, you must be a QAA Full International Member or International Associate Member. Project teams must consist of at least two QAA Member institutions and your project should therefore involve at least one other partner. Project partners can be drawn from your country, the UK or internationally, and should be QAA Members (although we do allow one non-member institution per group). Collaborative teams can also include organisations such as a subject association or a professional or regulatory body - for example, in the UK context that could be the General Medical Council or the Architects Registration Board.

How to apply

Full details including suggested project themes and selection criteria are available in the Call for Expressions of Interest document below. Please submit completed application forms by 09.00 (GMT) on Monday 2 December 2024.

Call for Expressions of Interest: International Collaborative Enhancement Projects

Publication date: 12 Jun 2024

You can learn more about applying for a QAA International Collaborative Enhancement Project by watching our video

International Collaborative Enhancement Projects

QAA can help facilitate introductions with our UK and other International Members if required. Please email the International Membership team by no later than 09.00 (BST) on Friday 4 October 2024 to arrange a discussion with us about who you might like to contact.