Driving a culture of student engagement and leadership is a crucial part of delivering an inspirational student experience and objective 4 of the Education Strategy sets out how we will achieve this over the next 5 years.
We want to support students to collaborate with us as full partners in every aspect of their education. Facilitating a variety of opportunities for students to engage with will ensure that we are drawing on the creativity and talent of our student body to improve our university.
These opportunities include:
- Entry-level engagement activity such as feedback through surveys and module evaluations to help us identify trends and establish priorities
- Mid-levels of engagement activity such as participation in focus groups, panels, steering groups and project work
- Deep levels of engagement, such as sharing insights and discussing solutions with Student Academic Representatives (formerly known as StARs), collaborating on departmental projects for educational enhancement through UCL ChangeMakers, or working with Student Quality Reviewers.
For information on the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), visit the FAQs page.
Students can find information on institutional surveys, student engagement and opportunities to feedback at: www.ucl.ac.uk/you-shape-ucl