Enhancement-led Institutional Review
The University gathers and responds to feedback on the quality of our teaching in many ways. We have an excellent reputation and attach great importance to ensuring that all of our students receive a high quality learning experience.
The latest review of our progress took place in session 2009-10 when the QAA conducted an Enhancement-led Institutional Review of the University on behalf of the Scottish Funding Council.
The main focus of the review was the University's strategy for continually improving our learning experience for students. It also examined our ability to manage the standards of our academic awards and the quality of the learning opportunities we provide.
In a Key Themes letter we received one week after the QAA's visit, it was confirmed that the Panel had confidence in the effectiveness of the University’s management of academic standards, and of the assurance and enhancement of the student learning experience, both currently and in the future.
The statement of confidence is the highest of the three standard forms of judgement in the ELIR process.
The main report from the 2009 ELIR is available from the QAA web site: RG579UniversityGlasgow.pdf
For more information, see: Enhancement-led Institutional Review 2009
The next QAA Enhancement-led Institutional Review of the University will take place during session 2013-14.