A beneficiary in a consortium is a non-academic organisation that cannot award PhDs. They have a legal agreement with a university to award the PhD on their behalf. What should the university’s role be in the proposal?
The university must be included (either as an associated partner or associated partner linked to a beneficiary) and they must provide a Letter of Commitment even if they only award the degree and have no other task.
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