The Collaborative Project is unlike any other module offered at Loughborough University London. Before taking part in the module, its likely that you’ll have a few questions about the experience. We’ve collated some of the most common questions and answers below.

What is the Collaborative Project?

The Collaborative Project is a compulsory academic module that brings together all of our students from each of our seven disciplines to work on real-world organisation challenges. During the 2018-19 Collaborative Project module, 881 postgraduate students worked in 166 multi-disciplinary teams to deliver on a brief set by one of 32 partner organisations.

Why do you offer the Collaborative Project?

Our ambition is to deliver a unique and world-leading postgraduate experience that ensures our students are best placed to positively impact tomorrow’s workplace and society.

What are the benefits to taking the Collaborative Project module?

This exciting module will enable you to develop your knowledge through experiential learning and collaboration, by working with other students and in partnership with a real business or organisation. You’ll also develop your problem-solving skills, and will experience real-life strategic planning. What’s more, you’ll have plenty of real-life examples to demonstrate your commercial awareness, communication and team-working skills.

What kind of organisations will I work with?

The University partners with a broad range of exciting, progressive and pragmatic organisations both big and small, and profit and not-for-profit. Most of these are situated in and around London to enable lots of opportunities for you to interact with your partner organisation.

Who has worked on the Collaborative Project previously?

Case studies of some of of some of our latest collaborations are available on our previous partners page.

How long is the project?

The Collaborative Project takes place during the first semester, and runs for approximately 10 weeks. Some groups will be invited to present their final project outcomes at the Collaborative Project Show, which is held at the end of the module.

What is the Collaborative Project show?

The Collaborative Project Show takes place at the end of the module and is an opportunity to present your ideas to all of the project partners, as well as academic and professional services staff and your peers. Only a selection of teams will go forward to present at the Collaborative Project Show. You can find out more about last year's Collaborative Project Show in our news section.

How is the project assessed?

The project is 100% coursework based, consisting of:

  • Peer Evaluation (5%)
  • Team Final Project Report (40%)
  • Individual Essay (55%)

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