Our Collaborative Enhancement Projects offer funding opportunities for small groups of our member institutions to work together on projects of shared interest which enhance the quality of their own students' learning experiences and develop outputs to support the wider higher education sector.
QAA supports a number of projects every year, covering a range of topics and interest areas. On this page you'll find projects related to micro-credentials.
A Flexible Learning Toolkit to Enhance Module Design
Project lead: University of Derby
Project partners: Derby College, London College and Pearson Learning
Embedding multiple disciplinary affiliation identities in shared modules to enhance curriculum design
Project lead: University of Greenwich
Project partners: Royal Holloway, University of London and University of Lincoln
Exploring assessment workload in micro-credentials
Project lead: University of Huddersfield
Project partners: Abertay University, Ulster University, University of Bath, Manchester Metropolitan University, Northumbria University and University of Sunderland
Modular learning by design not by default
Project lead: Bath College (part 1) and Bath Spa University (part 2)
Project partners: University of Middlesex, University of Staffordshire, Coventry University
Other Collaborative Enhancement Projects
You can find out more about all our Collaborative Enhancement Projects - and access resources and outputs - on our website.