The second Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) has launched with submissions due in January 2023.
The TEF is a wide-ranging evaluation of the quality of teaching, learning and student outcomes. It is one of the mechanisms by which our regulator, the Office for Students (OfS), provides assurance that universities and colleges (described by the OfS as ‘providers’) are delivering what they claim.
The main aims of the TEF are to help applicants make informed choices and to encourage providers to engage in continuous improvement.
On this page, you will find updates and details from the team drafting the submission.
TEF 2023 Task and Finish Group
UCL’s TEF Task and Finish Group of Education Committee will steer the development and drafting of UCL’s provider submission, and support UCL students in developing their own independent submission.
The membership includes colleagues from across UCL
|Chair, Vice-Provost (Education and Student Experience)||Professor Kathy Armour|
|Project Lead||Lizzie Vinton|
|Cross section of Deans, Vice-Deans Education, Faculty Tutors, Academic Board members and teaching staff from different disciplines|
|Students’ Union Representatives|
|Pro-Vice Provost Teaching, Learning, Digital Education||Professor Norbert Pachler|
|Pro-Vice Provost Education (Student Academic Experience)||Professor Parama Chaudhury|
|Pro-Vice Provost Education (Student Academic Engagement)||Dr Kathryn Woods|
|Deputy Director of Student Support and Wellbeing||Lina Kamenova|
|Associate Head of Outreach and Admissions||Katy Redfern|
|Director of UCL Careers and Interim Director of UCL Arena||Karen Barnard|
|Executive Director of Student Services and Registrar||Sarah Cowls|
|Associate Director: Student Engagement and Experience||Sally Mackenzie|
Jenny Austin, Undergraduate Programmes Manager, Faculty of Laws