The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) is responsible for safeguarding standards and improving the quality of higher education.
The University of Chichester was reviewed in 2012-view the report by clicking on the logo below.
Institutional Review is the process by which QAA judges standards and quality in universities in England.
It involves a thorough evaluation of the institution's educational provision and results in a published report that makes judgments and recommendations about academic standards and quality, as well as highlighting good practice.
QAA has launched the quality mark in response to demand from the UK higher education sector, as an official seal of approval to institutions that have undergone a QAA review and achieved a successful outcome.
- QAA Institutional Review (March 2012)
- 2012 QAA Institutional Review - Action Plan (this will open as a pdf document.)
You can also download:
- Academic Regulations - Section 1 (Undergraduate and Postgraduate)
- Academic Regulations - Section 2 (Guidance on Assessments and Examinations)
- Academic Regulations - Section 3 (Procedures)
- PGT Guidance on Dissertation
- Register of Collaborative Provision
- External Examining Handbook
- Quality Handbook:
- Section A: Programme Approval
- Section B: Minor Changes
- Section C: Annual Monitoring
- Section D: Departmental Periodic Review
- Section E: Collaborative Arrangements