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Guide to Policies and Procedures for Teaching and Learning

For the purposes of the processes described in the following documents, references to 'Ordinances' should be taken to mean 'Governing Regulations' and references to 'Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning)' should be taken to mean 'Teaching and Learning Dean' for the 2015-16 academic session.

The University of Reading Malaysia Campus is governed by the policies and processes of the University of Reading. The UoRM QA Manual (2l) sets out these policies, identifies operational adjustments to the local context, directs staff to appropriate sources of guidance and provides quick links to the key policy and guidance documents set out on this webpage.

To contact a member of Staff or Department within the Quality Assurance Team:

To find details of all members of the Quality Assurance Team:

To contact the Programme Specifications team, please email:

To contact the Module Publishing team, please email:

To contact the Module Evaluations team, please email:

List of Policies and Procedures for Teaching and Learning:

1. Key strategies

2. Introduction to quality management process/structure in the University

3. Internal monitoring, review and enhancement

4. Student representation, evaluation and complaints

5. Programme Design and Development

[NB Programme Directors wishing to offer one of the modules in the database as part of their programme should contact the relevant Module Provider to ascertain whether the particular module is open to students from outside the 'host' School.]

6. Programme-related matters

7. Personal development

8. Diversity and equality

9. Research degrees

10. Staff development matters

11. Working with other institutions

[N.B. Guidance in relation to the design of collaborative programmes is included within Section 5b Guidelines on the design of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.]

12. Foundation Year Provision

13. Assessment Handbook

14. Apprenticeship Provision

Policies relating specifically to the University's apprenticeship provision can be found below. Where relevant additions and/or adaptations have been made to existing Policies (such as the Programme Life-cycle policy) to incorporate apprenticeship provision.

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See a summary of policy changes approved in 2020/2021