University of bolton Marketing Department

By | 25th April 2017

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University of bolton Marketing Department

The following pages include information that we hope you will find useful when putting together information about the university and our partnership with you.  We would urge you to use the corporate identity specifications when ever producing printed materials and you are free to use the copyright free images where ever you feel they meet your needs.  The key messages about why Bolton is special includes sound bites that you may wish to use or adapt again to meet your needs.

We are always looking for feedback and ideas to help us to produce a site that you find useful so please
contact us and let us know what you think.

International Partnerships

The University of Bolton delivers a number of programmes in several countries working in collaboration with international Partners

What is special about Bolton programmes in other countries?

  • The University has a very strong reputation for teaching quality.

It has over thirteen years of experience of delivering programmes overseas.

The University has received the top recommendations in all the most recent Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) audits. In the most recent QAA audit the University was commended for “the responsiveness and support demonstrated by the University at all levels to its collaborative partners and students; from the initial proposal of new collaborative partnerships through to their implementation and operation” 

  • The typical Bolton  programme delivered overseas involves “Flying Faculty”

i.e. face-to-face teaching from Bolton academics for all or part of each module.

Local support staff are normally available to support a student working through their studies and can offer assistance by helping the student prepare for their assignments.

The programmes are also strongly supported by a Virtual Learning Environment and the University Library has one of the biggest collections of eBooks and eJournals within the UK.

  • Most of the programmes are designed for those in full-time employment.

They are delivered in intensive blocks over weekends and/or evenings.

Study guides for each module are provided to support self-learning.

Many assignments are work-based.

  • The qualifications obtained overseas are directly equivalent to those awarded at Bolton.

The assessments are moderated at the same exam boards with the same external examiners.

The Degree Certificates are the same irrespective of where the degree has been awarded.

  • Fees are set at competitive levels and can normally be paid in instalments.

This is despite the fact that the University uses the more expensive mode of delivery using “Flying Faculty as opposed to franchising the whole programme to the international partner.