Academic Services


APRC/CSPC achievements in specific years.

2018/19 (CSPC)

  • Service Excellence Programme - Student Administration and Support, Study and Work Away, Special Circumstances and Coursework Extensions
  • Postgraduate Assessment and Progression
  • Code of Student Conduct review
  • Policy review

2017/18 (CSPC)

  • EUCLID Assessment and Progression Tools Project
  • Special Circumstances and Coursework Extensions: evaluation of specific aspects of revised Special Circumstances Policy and coursework extensions regulation, and amendments to acceptable grounds for making a request
  • Authorised Interruption of Studies: development of an institutional policy
  • Postgraduate Taught (PGT) Student Assessment Arrangements: development of new policy and regulations relating to resubmission of Masters dissertations/research projects, and the role of dissertation/research project supervisors

2016/17 (CSPC)

  • EUCLID Assessment and Progression Tools Project: roll out of tools to 18 Schools in 2016-17.
  • Publishing course and programme information and curriculum approval processes: developed and raised awareness of policies and processes to ensure compliance with Competition and Marketing Authority guidelines.
  • Student-Led Individually-Created Courses (SLICCS): input to and oversight of successfully moving SLICCs from pilot to mainstreamed activity.
  • Special Circumstances: oversight of business analysis and development of systems for EUCLID business processes.
  • Resit regulations: clarified the regulations surrounding resit entitlement and academic failure for undergraduate students for Taught Assessment Regulations 2017/18.

2015/16 (CSPC)

  • EUCLID assessment and progression tools: delivered next phase including implementing the recommendations of the task group on UG progression boards.
  • Extensions to coursework deadlines: agreed changes to the University’s special circumstances and coursework deadlines policies.
  • Enhanced availability and ease of use of management information on students to support quality processes and work to enhance the student experience.
  • Evaluated 2014-15 pilot of Student-led individually-Created Courses (SLICCS).
  • Reviewed and aligned the University’s student conduct-related policies.
  • ​​​​​​​Programme and Course Information Management (PCIM) – Embeded processes to enhance course descriptor information and dissemination.
  • Scoping a possible programme of work to enhance marking and feedback practices.
  • Reviewed University moderation policy.