Rationalise approaches and design features to ensure the learning experience champions teaching excellence, through personalised, active, research informed, employer engaged, inclusive, and digitally enabled learning experiences.
All University of Suffolk courses provide a coherent and effective programme of study that enables students to achieve defined learning outcomes aligned with the relevant level of achievement as set out within the The UK Quality Code for Higher Education (qaa.ac.uk).
Foundation Degrees and Master’s Degrees will also exhibit the characteristics as set out in the relevant Characteristics Statements (qaa.ac.uk).
Curriculum content should conform to the Subject Benchmark Statements (qaa.ac.uk) and, where relevant, Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Body (PSRB) standards and benchmarking statements and/or Apprenticeship Standards.
In addition to course specific content, all University of Suffolk course curricula are expected to explicitly include opportunities for students to: