The University of Suffolk Strategy and Vision for 2020 - 2030 sets out our mission to be recognised as an empowering force for individual and community growth and development, regionally, nationally and internationally.
All courses developed and delivered by the University should reflect, as pertinent to their subject and associated vocational and professional contexts, the University's overall ethos and values.
Course Team Guidance
Use the themes within this section of the blueprint to consider how your provision will/does play its part in the University's overall plans and development. This should then be reflected in your course rational (for validations), and explored in the developmental commentary (for re-approvals). You should also consider how the ethos and vision informs your course aims
The University's learning, teaching and assessment strategy (LTAS) presents the principles which underpin the high quality academic experience we expect to deliver for all of our students. These state that our learning and teaching will be one which:
The University has an aligned strategy for the design and delivery of apprenticeship programmes. This strategy highlights specific additional elements, for example the achievement and progression of English and Maths functional ability. This can be read in our Guide Learning Teaching and Assessment for Apprenticeships.