The following information on services and support is specifically for teaching staff..
Degree Regulations and Programmes of Study (DRPS) provides information on the programmes of study offered by the University.
It sets out the regulatory framework and the regulations and codes that govern the general context of a student's academic career at the University.
Euclid is the University’s system for applicant, student and course record management.
The Academic Registry provide a timetabling service to allow staff to view course timetables and book rooms online.
The Academic Registry maintains a searchable database of examination timetables.
Staff guidance on the UK Border Agency's procedures for managing migration in the United Kingdom is available from the International Office.
The Institute for Academic Development supports the development of both new and experienced learning and teaching staff.
Support offered includes the mandatory orientation sessions for new lecturing staff, the full PgCert in Academic Practice, plus signposts to resources and advice on a range of teaching and learning issues.
The Scheme for Professional Development and Review (PDR) develops the professional knowledge and skills of new lecturing staff.
Information on University's Quality Assurance and Enhancement policies and procedures.
Support and information for student support teams, personal tutors, senior tutors, programme directors, and all who offer academic and personal support to students.
How to use the extensive range of services and facilities provided by the library.
Information Services (IS) provide a wide range of support for teaching and learning.
Provides information, support, training and advice for senior staff.
Provides a range of support services for the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.
This includes courseware development, medical illustration, IT services and clinical skills training.
Mainstreaming equality and supporting students with impairments to fulfil their academic potential.
This article was published on Sep 30, 2013