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Monitoring and Review

Monitoring and Review

Newcastle University has comprehensive and robust quality management mechanisms. We have an excellent record in external quality assessment.

All taught programmes must be reviewed annually (through the AMR process) and periodically re-approved (through the LTR process). Annual and periodic review of programmes are two parts of the same process of continuous improvement and enhancement of provision.

Stage evaluations take place at the end of every semester and include one module-specific question for each of the modules taken that semester. All students are to be presented with consolidated feedback on stage evaluation results at the start of each new semester.

Module leaders are also requested to conduct informal mid-module evaluations, with the outcomes of these shared with students as quickly as possible. Academic Units should report on their chosen methods for mid-module evaluation within the Annual Monitoring Review (AMR) process.