Quality Assurance & Enhancement of Teaching
Reviews and accreditations
The internal subject review cycle is one of the main ways by which the University assures itself of the quality of the student experience, the provision delivered by subject areas and the extent to which these meet the needs of students, employers and other stakeholders.
These reviews are an important part of the continuum between the quality assurance and quality enhancement that form the basis for the University's quality assurance ethos.
Internal reviews of undergraduate provision are carried out through the Teaching Programme Review (TPR) and postgraduate provision by the Postgraduate Programme Review (PPR). Additionally Psychology undergoes a British Psychological Society accreditation review.
PPLS review/accreditation reports can be downloaded below.
Schools also have an important role to play in the University's preparations for the Enhancement-Led Institutional Review (ELIR) 2011.
- PPLS 2010_2011 QAE report (EASE Login)
- PPLS 2009_2010 QAE report (EASE Login)
- PPLS Assignment Monitoring report 2011 (EASE login)
- Linguistics and English Language 2011 TPR report
- Linguistics and English Language 2011 TPR summary report
- Philosophy 2007 TPR report
- Philosophy 2007 TPR response to report
- Psychology 2009 TPR report
- Psychology 2009 TPR response to report
- PPLS 2007_2008 Postgraduate Programme report
- PPLS 2007_2008 Postgraduate Programme response to report
- Psychology BPS Accreditation Documents