Monitoring and review of educational provision
This section covers continuous monitoring, periodic review and the annual review of teaching and learning.
Quality in higher education can be seen as a framework of processes that centre on planning, design, implementation, monitoring, review, evaluation and improvement. As part of the monitoring and review processes, the main review activities which take place are continuous monitoring and periodic review of taught programmes, alongside the University's annual review of teaching and learning. Details of these can be found below and in the relevant sections on the left hand side.
A process of reflection on the previous academic year and action planning for the coming academic year.
The University periodically reviews the continuing validity and relevance of programmes.