The cut-off for a Standing Approval Panel to be held is a minimum of six months before the planned first intake of students. Typically, this means for all UG courses commencing in September, the deadline is the 31 March in the academic year prior to commencement.
|DOCUMENT||SCRUTINY / APPROVAL BODY|
|PPP1 and 2 with annexes
Course Specification (Items 1-30 from PPP1 and PPP2)
Module Specification and Descriptor
|When the course development stage is complete and the Faculty Quality Committee is content to approve the documentation to be submitted to a Standing Approval Panel, the Faculty Quality Office will liaise with the relevant Quality Officer in the Quality and Standards Office.
The Standing Approval Panel will convene to review the proposal and may:
- offer commendations.
- recommend the course to the Education and Student Experience Committee and the Academic Board in the form it is presented.
- ask for minor drafting alterations, to be approved via Chair’s Action and recommend as above.
- return the proposal to the Faculty for further consideration, setting out where further development is required and agree a resubmission date.
- reject the proposal in its current form.