Student education review
A number of formal reviews at school and university level evaluate modules, programmes, school procedures and other issues.
After delivery, each module should be reviewed, using feedback and student achievement, and reported back to students to improve the module in future.
Student education review - overview
The Head of School (or nominee, usually the Director of Student Education) is responsible for ensuring that the processes of evaluation, review and reflection are undertaken, in line with university policy.
Module evaluation surveys
Student evaluation is an essential part of module review. There are minimum requirements for evaluation surveys, including a set of statements which must be included.
Module evaluation survey statements
Module evaluation surveys at the University must test a set of core statements with students. There are optional statements which can also be included.
Every year, programme reviews take place using feedback from students, colleagues and external sources together with student progression and award data to plan improvement.
Collaborative provision review
The type of collaborative provision review you undertake will be determined by the size, complexity and risk of the provision.
Annual School Review (Student Education)
An Annual School Review (Student Education) will be organised by the Quality Assurance team each year to review the school's progress and the subsequent report will form part of the annual planning round.
Student Academic Experience Review (SAER)
Every six years, each school/unit has a Student Academic Experience Review to review the quality management procedures and quality of the student experience which will be reported on and monitored afterwards