Approval of a articulation agreement requires the review of the partner by the Due Diligence Committee through the standard partner approval procedure and the completion of the Advanced Standing Mapping (DOCX, 20.7kb) submission by the proposing school for review and approval by the Quality Standards Committee. The Advanced Standing Mapping must be approved by the School Quality Board before being submitted to the Quality and Standards Committee. A progress agreement should indicate the link with brief information on academic adaptation between programs using the Advanced Standing Mapping (DOCX, 20.7kb) model and the progression agreement model (DOC, 56.5kb). Mapping approved by the School Quality Board is subject to approval by the Quality and Standards Committee. The progress agreement is subject to approval by the Due diligence Committee. Approval of an articulation relationship leads to the signing of an articulation agreement (DOCx, 0.2MB). An articulation agreement is a formal partnership in which York St John guarantees a place in a specific program or program if it is successfully concluded (or received a certain reward amount) in another institution. A articulation agreement can allow access to a certain level of a program. . A progression agreement is similar to the one mentioned above, except that it only recognizes the price the student will receive and does not guarantee that the student will get a place. These agreements establish a formal link between York St John and another institution, but students are not preferred to any other candidate. A articulation agreement includes mapping that attests to the academic adaptation of the York St John program program in which they will participate.