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NUS Scotland launches briefing on university quality arrangements

Friday 28-11-2014 - 17:05

In 2003, the Scottish higher education sector created the quality enhancement framework, which set out a way of managing the quality of the student learning experience and to provide public confidence in the quality and standards of higher education.


 
The consultation is wider than just the quality arrangements it asks questions about how quality assurance and enhancement should be conducted in Scotland, who should own that process, and how could quality assurance and enhancement be measured differently. This briefing helps students' associations respond to the consultation but providing key questions to consider.

You can download the briefing here.
 

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