The School complies with the Quality Guidelines of the broader University, and publishes extensive guidance for staff on our Intranet about how to ensure quality. On this page we have included information of general interest and we have also included links to other resources related to Quality Assurance and Enhancement and student support.
The University Quality Unit
Detailed information about quality processes at the University is available from the Quality Unit website.
Annual Quality Reporting
Each year the School must publish a report detailing annual quality initiatives with reference back to previously stated intentions.
Accreditation and Collaborative Provision
The University register of professional, statutory and regulatory bodies (PSRBs) is available on the Quality Unit website.
Collaborative Activity at the University
Details about the University's collaborative agreements and arrangements, and guidelines for developing collaborative provision, are available from the Governance and Strategic Planning website.
College Learning and Teaching Strategy
The College aims to continually improve the student learning experience and is committed to improving learning and teaching, and supporting staff involved with this.
University Learning and Teaching Enhancement Strategy
The University Learning and Teaching Enhancement Strategy is available to download from the Policies section of the Academic Services website.
Information about student representatives, including a role description, a list of class representatives, and advice on how academic staff can offer support, is available from the Edinburgh University Student Association website. The School will also invite you to become involved on a School level.
The University has a policy on academic and pastoral support which is available to download from the Academic Services website.
We aim to help students maximise their academic potential and get the most benefit from their programme of study and university experience. In line with our strategic goals of excellence in learning and teaching, we seek to enhance the student experience by creating a learning and teaching environment, and culture, that is dynamic, accessible and inclusive.
Degree Programme Specifications
The Degree Programme Specifications is also known as the European Diploma Supplement and is available to students as an additional document to their degree transcript, detailing the structure of their degree programme. Degree Programme Specifications from 2005/6 on the central University site DRPS.