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safeguarding standards and improving the quality of UK higher education
South and City College Birmingham
South and City College Birmingham

South and City College Birmingham

Latest review

Higher Education Review: South and City College Birmingham, January 2015
Judgements about standards and quality

The maintenance of the academic standards of awards offered on behalf of degree-awarding bodies and/or other awarding organisations meets UK expectations.

The quality of student learning opportunities meets UK expectations.

The quality of the information about learning opportunities meets UK expectations.

The enhancement of student learning opportunities meets UK expectations

Report published May 2015
Important note

​In response to the findings highlighted in this review report, the provider has published an action plan (opens in a new window).

Since the report on South and City College Birmingham was published, the review team can now confirm that the College, working in partnership with the student body, has satisfactorily addressed the review team's recommendation relating to the negative judgement for the quality of student learning opportunities for distance learning, through the action-planning process. In June 2016 the judgement was amended from 'requires improvement to meet UK expectations' to 'meets UK expectations'.


Previous review report


Notes

We visit universities and colleges once every six years to conduct a Higher Education Review of the standards and quality of the education they provide.

We train staff and students from other providers to carry out the review of the university or college and to make judgements on its management of quality and standards, its commitment to the process of improving its systems, and the reliability of the information produced about its provision.

We are independent of government, universities and colleges and our findings and judgements are published here.

South Birmingham College merged with City College Birmingham in August 2012 and took a new name of South & City College Birmingham.

Status:  QAA subscriber, publicly funded, without degree awarding powers