Help us make sure we provide the service that you need while you are studying with us
We also need to know what we’re doing right and what we might need to improve on. There are several different ways to get involved with varying levels of commitment. Please help us to ensure that our courses live up to their world-class reputation.
Be a student rep
We want to collaborate with you to provide you and future students with the best possible courses and student experience, wherever you are studying with us.
Find out more and how to become a rep on Moodle
Tell us your views and opinions to help improve our courses and your time studying with us
Course committees have responsibility for looking at the annual course monitoring and review report which the course lead writes. They monitor the action plan which arises from the report to ensure it is followed through. They also receive external examiners’ end of year reports and actions arise out of the discussions which take place during the meetings.
Talk to your course administrator or find out more on Moodle
The quality committee oversees and monitors several important processes and action plans, such as annual course monitoring and review, student surveys and external examiners. Chaired by the associate dean, academic governance and quality assurance, It has the authority to make vital decisions about the direction of education and training at the Trust.
Find out more, and find papers, agendas and minutes on Moodle
Other committees we have are;
- Programme management board
- Education and Training executive
- Learning and teaching
- Operational managers meeting
- Portfolio managers group
- Course development
- Research ethics
- Research degrees sub-committee
Dean’s student forum
We want to connect and work in partnership with you to create the best student experience we can. Part of how we try to achieve that is by running a Deans’ Student Forum, where senior managers have the chance to talk to you about your experience.
Each Forum has themes such as student support services, fairness and equality of opportunity, the Trust’s education and training aspirations. Important policies, procedures or regulations that may impact on the student experience may also be discussed. It is hosted by the Dean of Postgraduate Studies, and will include the opportunity to ask questions and make comments as part of the session.
Find out more on Moodle
Send us your feedback
You can post informal feedback, by completing this online form, or by posting written comments (FAO Academic Quality Unit) in the DET reception. Your online comments will be received anonymously unless you choose to disclose your name or email address. All comments will be collated and considered at the student experience committee.