Student Engagement Programme

Programme aims

The Student Engagement Programme has been established in order to achieve the following:

1.  A method of systematically monitoring student engagement in their studies in order to:

  • identify those students who might be at risk, and thereafter to put in place appropriate interventions;
  • improve the information we hold about students’ engagements for reporting to funding bodies and UKBA;
  • improve student retention and progression.

2.  Improving and streamlining the enquiry and applicant processes through to admission in order to:

  • enhance the enquirer and applicant experience;
  • increase the conversion of enquirers to applicants, applicants to enrolments;
  • add transparency to the decision-making processes by removing paper and manual steps and providing timely information;

3.   Improve the experience of postgraduate research students by providing tools and services to support them to manage their programmes of work, milestones and personal development;

4.   Provision of opportunities for students to maximize their employability profile;

5.   Compliance with external requirements such as KIS, HEAR etc in an optimized manner;

6.   More efficient collection and dissemination of high quality information about programmes and modules;

7.   Modernisation of key processes. 

The programme will run from December 2012 until December 2014. It will be sub-divided into five strands of activity relating to overall aims. Delivery will be coordinated by the programme directors and overseen by the programme board. The five strands are:

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