Our three-year Enhancement Theme, Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience, launched in October 2017. The Theme reflected on data that is available within the Scottish sector to help us understand what we do well and what we could improve. It aimed to identify:
- any issues that will benefit from intervention
- help prioritise interventions to improve the student experience
- evaluate the effectiveness of those interventions, including reporting on the ways in which the student experience is improving.
Our Theme evaluation is now complete. Explore the report to find out how the Theme contributed to the development of a more evidence-informed culture within the higher education institutions in Scotland.
Want to know more about the current Theme? Watch our highlights film
This film summarises the work of Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience and captures the broad range of activity and innovation from the higher education sector in Scotland.
Projects by activity
Collaborative clusters provide institutions with the opportunity to work together on areas of shared interests which have the potential of adding value for the whole sector once complete.
All Scottish institutions engage with the sector-wide activity and choose topics that align with their own priorities and interests. The projects currently include:
HE Planners activity
Institutions will take forward their interests and priorities working in partnership with students. We will share outcomes and learning from this work, which will be beneficial to the whole sector.
Projects by topic
How the Theme is organised
Want to know more?
You can get in touch with QAA Scotland for details of all Theme events and related activities. You can also sign up to the Quality Enhancement Newsletter and follow us on Twitter.