Programme Monitoring and Review
We conduct regular reviews of our programmes and students’ success in achieving the intended learning outcomes. These reviews occur at all levels from individual modules to entire subjects, and are consistent with the expectations outlined in the UK Quality Code for Higher Education.
Annual Monitoring is a regular evaluation by Colleges of the academic provision offered during the previous academic year.
Annual Monitoring of Taught Programmes
The process of Annual Monitoring for Taught Programmes for academic year 2019/20 is outlined in the Annual Monitoring of Taught Programmes Procedure
Boards of Studies - Minutes Template for Annual Monitoring
Annual Monitoring of Research Degrees Programmes
The process for Annual Monitoring of Research Degree Provision is outlined in the Annual Monitoring of Postgraduate Research Degrees Procedure.
The Enhancement Conversation Form should be used for both taught and PGR meetings. Staff are requested to complete a draft of this form (incluiding section 3) prior to the Enhancement Conversation meeting.
Annual Monitoring of Affiliate College
The procedure documents and templates for the Annual Monitoring of the University's Affiliate College, London Brunel International College, will be published shortly.
Periodic Programme Review (PPR)
Programme validity and relevance is essential to maintaining exceptional academic provision. To ensure our programmes continue to meet the high standards outlined in the UK Quality Code for Higher Education, periodic reviews of a College's entire taught provision occur every 5 years.
Periodic Programme Review Procedure
The University employs Strategic Review to manage its academic portfolio. This is a business process which informs quality, but it is not a quality assurance process.