The University of Suffolk has established a number of partnerships both in the UK and internationally.
The Centre for Academic and International Partnerships (CAIP) is responsible for coordinating, managing and supporting the University of Suffolk’s collaborative activity with partner institutions, both in the UK and internationally. The team act as a central link between partner institutions and the University’s academic and professional services departments.
If you are interested in partnering with the University of Suffolk, please complete an expression of interest form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will consider the proposal and then contact you to discuss next steps.
Meet the Team
Stuart is Associate Professor in Criminology and Director for The Centre for Academic & International Partnerships, as well as an external examiner.
Kay is the Head of The Centre for Academic and International Partnerships which includes meeting OfS requirements for quality of partnership provision.
Lynne is one of the Partnership Managers within the Partnership Team, with her main role managing the University partners.
Partnerships Manager Claire is responsible for overseeing University partners and is an active member of the Association of University Administrators (AUA).
Partnerships Manager Laura is a member of the Academic Partnerships team, working with the Higher Education teams at the partner colleges in Suffolk.
Mandy is Assistant Partnerships Manager and the main contact for the Unitas and SCITT partnerships, liaising with partners daily and clerking assessment boards.
Danni is Assistant Partnerships Manager, working in the Centre for Academic and International Partnerships supporting the London School of Commerce partnership.
Assistant Partnerships Manager Camilla is a University of Suffolk graduate and registered associate nutritionist with the Association for Nutrition.
Sarah is the Assistant Partnerships Manager for the Centre for Academic and International Partnerships and has worked in education for the last seventeen years.
Rachel joined the Centre for Academic and International Partnerships as an Assistant Partnerships Manager, previously working as apprenticeship administrator.