BCU student partnerships feature as a key part of HEA Engagement Through Partnership Report (2014)

It was really rewarding to see that all of the student engagement work that we do as a part of the course of our work within the Birmingham School of Media made it into the HEA’s (2014) report surrounding engagement through partnership working. Myself and our very own Student Success Adviser, Jamie Morris, get a mention for our work within the School of Media.

The CELT team at BCU won a Times Higher Education award for this activity back in 2012, and as such their work set the standard for much of the activity that partnership work with students and our own Students’ Union now does as a matter of course.

You can read about Birmingham City University’s Student Academic Partners work here.

HEA Engagement Through Partnership Report July 2014

HEA Engagement Through Partnership 2014

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