Students Staff

24 January 2014

What do you think about our draft Education and Research Strategies?

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Have your say on our draft Education and Research strategies

Have your say on our draft Education and Research strategies

Some major strategies are being produced that will affect how we do things here at the University, and we want to know what you think about them.

New Education and Research Strategies are both being developed, both supporting the Strategic Plan. At the same time a new Tariff of Expectations is also being developed for academic staff.

Formal consultation on these strategies began at Senate on 22 January and is now being extended to all staff and students. When everyone has been consulted the final version of the strategies will be considered for approval by our Council in May.

All staff and students are invited to comment on the draft University Education and Research Strategies and the draft Tariff of Expectations. The documents are available to view on the Strategy page of our website.To ensure your feedback can be considered, please send your comments by email to by the dates listed below.

  • Draft University Education Strategy – 5pm, Tuesday 25 February 2014
  • Draft University Research Strategy – 5pm, Tuesday 18 February 2014
  • Draft Tariff of Expectations – 5pm, Tuesday 18 February 2014

All comments received will be co-ordinated by the Strategic Planning and Change team and added to the other feedback received.

There will also be opportunities to provide feedback through committee meetings and an open meeting for staff and students, which is being held on Monday 17 February 2014, 12pm – 1pm, in LTB B at our Colchester Campus.

We would like to receive as much feedback as possible and are encouraging comments from everyone. Make sure your voice is heard and help shape the future of our University.

To view the documents visit the Strategy page of our website.


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