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Teaching Centre Recognition Framework

The University of London has a network of over 120 Recognised Teaching Centres in 60 different countries.

Our Teaching Centre Recognition Framework is a mechanism for formally recognising teaching centres offering support for the University’s programmes.

Recognised Teaching Centres must demonstrate that they meet a set of quality criteria in order to be granted, and subsequently maintain, Recognised Teaching Centre status.

Recognised Teaching Centres must demonstrate that they meet these criteria by providing appropriate evidence, and the University monitors Recognised Teaching Centres against these criteria. The Teaching Centre Recognition Framework criteria are listed below.

Teaching Centre Recognition Framework

Teaching centres that have been formally recognised by the University receive a range of guidance and support from the University across marketing and student support services.

For further information on the Teaching Centre Recognition Framework, please contact: 

Some Teaching Centres will still show the previous framework terminology (Candidate, Registered or Affiliate) for a short time, until all Centres have been regularised.