At QMUL, Periodic Review of teaching and learning in academic schools and institutes occurs on a six year cycle, and forms part of QMUL’s Quality Framework for the assurance of academic standards and quality. A review panel will consider whether the school / institute’s quality procedures are working efficiently and effectively together with those of QMUL’s quality framework in order to assure and enhance the quality of teaching and learning, to safeguard academic standards, and to enhance the student experience.
The Periodic Review will cover all taught programmes and research degree programmes offered by the school / institute, including any joint programmes offered in collaboration with another school / institute or external partner. The review may also encompass other activities which are closely related to those credit-bearing taught and research degree programmes.
The periodic review process is designed to enable each school / institute to:
The schedule of periodic review is normally based on a six year cycle. The schedule is determined by the Vice-Principal (Education) in consultation with the Heads of Schools and Institutes, and taking into account visits by professional and statutory bodies where possible. The approved schedules are as follows:
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