Developing partnerships and collaborating with other institutions can bring a range of significant benefits, including:
a) Increased student choice and student recruitment;
b) Increased opportunities to achieve critical mass allowing the International University to offer new programmes in specialist areas;
c) An international curriculum and campus, developing the University as a culturally diverse learning community enriching the University's own academic culture and global reach
d) Additional income for Colleges, Schools and Research Institutes.
e) Increased opportunities for students to study abroad, with academic, cultural, and language-learning benefits.
f) Opportunities for staff to engage with talented students and staff from peer universities, as well as world-wide organizations and multinational employers;
g) Increasing the University's reach and standing in learning and teaching internationally;
h) Offering effective and innovative programmes through the pooling of expertise and resources;
i) Increased opportunities for students and staff to capitalize on research collaborations through the development of student projects and opportunities to visit partner institutions or through access to new funding opportunities or specialized equipment;
j) Opportunities to contribute towards the economic, social and cultural development
k) Opportunities for the University to contribute to the growth of the international reach and competitiveness of International businesses.