Learning and Teaching Review

All degree programmes are reviewed internally on a six-year cycle.

The Learning and Teaching Review (LTR) involves the detailed consideration of a range of Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Enhancement (QE) documentation as well as a review visit. The review team will include an external subject specialist in addition to University and Faculty academic colleagues and a student representative.

Following the review, a report is produced, which forms the basis for a decision by University Learning, Teaching and Student Experience Committee (ULTSEC) on whether the programmes should be re-approved for a further six-year period.

The University's guidelines for Learning and Teaching Review are given below, along with the current schedule for reviews and details of outcomes from the review process.

Policy and Procedure
Additional Information
LTR Training

We offer a workshop for staff nominated to serve on LTR teams and professional service staff who will be supporting the process, as well as those staff who have an interest in learning more about LTR. View and book available sessions.