University of East London Quality Assurance
Quality Manual 2016
- Part 1 Quality Assurance & Enhancement Principles
- Part 2 Responsibility for Quality Assurance & Enhancement
- Part 3 Module Processes
- Part 4 Quality Criteria
- Part 5 Approval and Validation of Award-Bearing Programmes (non-collaborative)
- Part 6 Programme Modifications
- Part 11 Collaboration with Other Institutions
- Part 12 Admission with Advanced Standing and Similar Arrangements with Partner Institutions
- Part 13 Annual Audit of Delegated QA&E Responsibilities and UEL Policies
- Part 14 Managing Relationships with Professional, Statutory or Regulatory Bodies
- Appendix 1: Principles underlying the approval, validation and review processes
- Appendix 2: Appeals against decisions of approval, validation and review panels
Rankings and reputation
In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) in 2008, 78% of UEL’s submission was judged to be of at least internationally recognised quality, with a proportion rated world-leading, in terms of originality, significance and rigour.
In the National Student Survey (NSS) results released by HEFCE in 2011, UEL recorded an overall student satisfaction rating increase from 76% to 81%, making this the highest student satisfactory rating ever recorded at the University of East London. In this latest survey, UEL also experienced a rise of 21 places in the table of UK universities and recorded a 97% satisfaction rating in relation to its teacher training.
Statistics announced in January 2011 by UCAS showed that UEL had experienced a 13% increase in applications in the previous year, compared to 5% nationally.