The review and enhancement of provision in academic departments is a continual process carried out through activities such as peer observation of teaching and engagement with student feedback. The Annual Review process provides an opportunity to consolidate and reflect upon the overall success of these activities at a strategic point, when information on student progress and achievement becomes available.
The objectives of the Annual Review process of undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research provision are:
- to create an opportunity for teachers to reflect on the delivery and outcomes of programmes, juxtaposing the views of teachers, students and external specialists in a manner which through year-on-year comparison contributes to improvements in provision;
- to provide a clear, consistent and timely assessment of programme delivery which enables departments to identify points for action and plan programme developments from a sound knowledge base;
- to employ a device which is common across the College and which can therefore produce results which may be examined and understood by anyone, from any department;
- to demonstrate an open and effective engagement with the maintenance of academic standards and with quality assurance and enhancement.
Please click on Chapter 4 of the Academic Quality and Policy Manual for full details on the annual review process for undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research provision.
Please click here for forms required for each Annual Review
Deadlines for the submission of documentation to AQPO for the review of 2016-17 provision:
UG Annual Review: 18 September 2017
PGT Annual Review: TBC (February 2018)
PGR Annual Review: 30 October 2017
If you have any queries about the annual review process, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org