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Evaluation

Student evaluation of undergraduate modules and postgraduate courses is a requirement under College policy. The method of evaluation is at the discretion of the School and a variety of methods, including hard copy and on-line surveys, Focus Group, meetings with Class representatives and retreats are used to provide the opportunity for students to give feedback on their academic and educational experience.

Schools are required to report on the implementation of undergraduate modules and postgraduate course evaluations through the Annual Faculty Quality Report, including the percentage of modules and courses evaluated, the response rate, repeat issues arising from evaluations, actions taken and methods to close the feedback loop to students. The results of these surveys are used to inform the School or Programme Self-Assessment Report (SAR) for quality reviews and influence policy development and change at local and institutional level.