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What is a collegiate university?

Woolf is a global collegiate higher education institution.

Collegiate universities are not new: the University of Oxford, University of California, University
of London, and Delhi University are all collegiate universities. We are the first global, collegiate higher
education institution allowing qualified education organizations to seek membership as new colleges.

Woolf's software platform helps organizations meet and maintain regulatory and institutional
standards by handling everything from course creation to degree issuance. It creates a comprehensive
record of compliance for all aspects of quality assurance.

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Woolf is an accredited higher education institution.
Woolf's faculty members are drawn from the world's
leading universities.

All courses, across all member colleges, meet the same standards of scholarly excellence,
and all courses must undergo an academic peer-review and a quality assurance process
based on Woolf's Quality Assurance Policy.

Some courses are also reviewed by our external quality assurance partners and agencies.
If you are enrolled in a degree course (MA, PGDip, PGCert, or Award), then your course has
been both peer-reviewed and externally assessed for the European Credit Transfer System
(ECTS) within the European Qualifications Framework, which is the largest and most sophisticated
accreditation system in the world. ECTS credits are globally recognized and transferable.

Institutional guidance and planning

Learn more about Woolf's research plans for the 2023-2026 period. We are guided by the Woolf Academic Advisory Council (WAAC), which exists to provide independent guidance to Woolf.

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