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International Progression Partnerships

International progression partnerships are the formal recognition of one programme of study and provide non-guaranteed progression for students from this qualification onto a pre-mapped degree pathway at Goldsmiths, University of London.

If your institution is interested in exploring an articulation arrangement with Goldsmiths, University of London please complete our online form. Priority will be given to institutions based in China, Malaysia, USA, India, South Korea and Canada.

International Articulation Partnerships

Articulation is a formal agreement between two degree level programmes, whereby students begin their studies at a partner institution before transferring to a closely matched programme at Goldsmiths, University of London. These arrangements are often referred to as a 1+3 or 2+2 route. Students who transfer under this agreement and complete their studies at Goldsmiths will be awarded a Goldsmiths degree.

Articulation arrangements are formal agreements between Goldsmiths and a carefully selected overseas partner, with whom curriculum mapping has been undertaken to determine the suitability of students to transfer to our degree programmes. Articulation partnerships require colleagues from both academic as well as professional services departments to undertake this mapping exercise which is then approved by the relevant committees within the University.

If your institution is interested in exploring an articulation arrangement with Goldsmiths, University of London please complete our online form. Priority will be given to institutions based in Malaysia, USA, India, South Korea and Canada.

Erasmus+/Study Abroad Partnerships

Goldsmiths, University of London currently has Erasmus+ and Study Abroad agreements with over 70 leading universities around the world.

Our Study Abroad programme aims to give visiting students an international experience through a one semester or yearlong study at Goldsmiths, earning credits which can be transferred back to their home institution.

Our participation in the Erasmus+ programme supports students and staff from Goldsmiths to spend time studying or working overseas as well as offering the opportunity for partner universities to send students and staff to Goldsmiths.

If your institution is interested in exploring an Erasmus+/Study Abroad partnership with Goldsmiths, University of London please complete our online form.

Interested in a partnership with Goldsmiths?

If you are interested in exploring any of the partnerships mentioned on this page, please complete our online form and we will contact you with more information.

Please note that Goldsmiths, University of London does not currently offer bilateral student exchange agreements. However, we are developing this process and if you are interested in exploring opportunities related to bilateral exchange please also complete the form.

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