Anglia Ruskin University Quality Assurance
The Academic Registry’s Quality Assurance Service is responsible for administering and facilitating the operation of Anglia Ruskin’s quality assurance and enhancement policies and procedures. The Service comprises a team of 21 staff, led by the Assistant Academic Registrar (Academic Governance), Caroline Watts. The Service is located at Abbeygate House (1st Floor) in Cambridge and Ashby House (2nd Floor) in Chelmsford.
The Service’s responsibilities include the co-ordination and administration of Anglia Ruskin’s examinations, the management of the academic appeals process, procedures for the approval and review of collaborative partnerships, the course (re-)approval, annual monitoring and the appointment and induction of External Examiners. The Service provides advice and guidance on the development of quality assurance and enhancement policies and procedures and coordinates visits by external bodies, for example the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). We also provide administrative support to Faculties for visits by Professional, Statutory or Regulatory Bodies (PSRBs).
Further information on the activities of the Quality Assurance Service is available below:
Collaborative Provision (including Institutional Approval, Institutional Review, the Register of Teaching Staff and our Register of Collaborative Activity)
Curriculum Planning Approvals Process
Curriculum and Planning Decisions (Corporate Management Team & Academic Regulations Sub-Committee)
External Examining (including access to External Examiners’ Annual Reports – for Anglia Ruskin students and staff only)
Quality Enhancement Audit
Reports of Approval Events in 2015/16
Publications and Guidance Notes:
Module Guide Template
Senate Codes of Practice
Anglia Ruskin Graduate Attributes
Anglia Ruskin’s Assessment Protocol