of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2014/15 DLHE survey)
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Learning and Teaching Enhancement is committed to the development of a vibrant learning community of staff and students, in which outstanding learning, teaching and assessment practice plays a key role in providing a high quality student experience and excellent education.
Information on the Learning, Teaching and Assessment Strategy, Graduate Attributes, ongoing projects, policies and contact via the Faculty Directors of Learning and Teaching.
What we do
Details on our academic enhancement course including the PGCAP, HEA fellowships, MA Education (HE Pathway) and other CPD opportunities.
Find out more about Academic Professional Development
Information on the University’s Learning tools, including Blackboard and Turnitin, managed by the Learning Technology Team.
Find out more about Learning Technology
Information on the Christ Church Extra Award, Student Partners in Learning, Peer Mentoring, Careers Support, Unitemps and Volunteering.
Find out more about Student Opportunities
A range of services to enhance students’ academic skills, provided by Academic Learning Development, Academic English Service and Student Engagement.
See the development opportunities on offer
Whether you are a student or a staff member, explore ways that you can work with LTE to enhance the overall student experience.
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