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Institution reports

Title:
Review for Educational Oversight: American InterContinental University, London, April 2012 
Institution:
American InterContinental University, London
Attachments:
Date of review Publication date Type of review Judgements about quality and standards Reference
Apr-2012 18 Jul 2012 Review for Educational Oversight Confidence in how the provider manages its stated responsibilities for the standards of the awards it offers -
What does this mean?

Confidence in how the provider manages its stated responsibilities for the quality and enhancement of the learning opportunities it offers on behalf of its awarding bodies -
What does this mean?

Reliance can be placed on the accuracy and completeness of the information that the provider is responsible for publishing about itself and the programmes it delivers. -
What does this mean?

ISBN 978 1 84979 620 0
Features of good practice Recommendations for action

The team has identified the following good practice:

  • effective working partnerships with awarding bodies
  • the use of UK and US external reference points in the management of academic standards
  • staff commitment to students' academic and pastoral support.

The team considers that it is advisable for the provider to:

  • ensure that second marking and moderation assessment procedures are consistently applied across all higher education programmes.

The team considers that it would be desirable for the provider to:

  • continue to develop a formal and explicit mapping process to manage the benchmarking of all UK and US programmes
  • monitor actions resulting from formal meetings to assist these in being taken to a successful conclusion
  • develop a formal mechanism to compare and contrast the student experience across all programmes
  • evaluate the impact of staff development on the students' learning experience.

 


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