What our priorities are and how we are doing
Strategies and plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews.
Reports and recorded information demonstrating the University's planned or actual performance
The University's Strategy 2026 details its planned performance.
The University's planned, in progress and delivered investment projects are part of the Transform:2026 Capital Investment Projects.
Teaching and learning strategy
Information on the university's current teaching and learning strategy is available here.
Academic quality and standards
Information on the university's internal procedures for assuring academic quality and standards and qualitative data on the quality and standards of teaching and learning.
The University monitors and reviews its degree programmes in two main ways. Boards of Studies are responsible for carrying out annual monitoring of all those programmes for which they are responsible, using a range of information, including statistical data and the views of External Examiners and students. See Guide to policies and procedures for teaching and learning. In addition, every six years, all taught programmes in a particular subject area undergo Periodic Review, which is a full-scale review of these programmes carried out by a panel which includes external subject experts.
External and internal audit review information
As with all other Higher Education Institutions in the UK, the University and its degrees are subject to Institutional audit by a range of bodies and organisations, including the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). Internal audit of the curriculum is supported by the Centre for Quality Support & Development (CQSD), further information on this is available here
Information on the university's Internal Audit department is available here
Information relating to the university's links with employers and the development of learning programmes.
Links with employers
The University publishes information relating its links with employers on the Careers, Placement and Experience Centre website and also on relevant School websites. It also provides an .
Development of learning programmes
Many subject areas and degree programmes at the University are reviewed by their professional bodies in order to achieve accreditation by that body. The University's programme specifications show whether a degree is accredited and by which body.
Government and regulatory office
Accreditation and monitoring reports by professional, statutory or regulatory bodies and information that the University is legally obliged to make available to its funding and/or monitoring bodies can be found here:
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