Teaching Quality Assurance Manual (TQA Manual)
The Teaching Quality Assurance Manual (TQA Manual) is a resource for staff and students containing the processes which underpin the quality of learning and teaching at the University of Exeter.
The Ordinances of the University are made by Council to amplify the meaning of the Statutes which sit above them. The Codes of Practice and Procedures in the TQA Manual contain principles and standards designed to control or govern conduct, or provide direction at a more detailed level than Ordinances.
Procedures and frameworks require Colleges and Partner Institutions to follow specific processes approved by the University.
Codes of Good Practice set a minimum standard, it is expected that they should be observed unless the College concerned can demonstrate processes that exceed the criteria detailed in the Codes.
Guidance and advice is commended to users to assist in the enhancement of the student learning experience.
The TQA Manual is maintained by Quality Review with the authority of Council. This Manual is not a static printed document; it is subject to change as policies are revised or guidance is updated. The TQA Manual is reviewed each summer and re-issued and date-stamped for the following academic year to ensure that staff and students can be confident that all information contained in it is current.
Please click here for a list of changes to policies and procedures approved in 2011/12.
A list of acronyms has been drawn up to assist you.
If you cannot find what you are looking for under these headings a full list of contents are available.
Documents specifically relating to quality assurance processes.
Documents useful for External Examiners.
Documents useful for students studying Taught Programmes.
Documents useful for staff involved with Taught Programmes.
Documents relating to new and existing partnerships.
Documents useful for Postgraduate Research students.
Documents useful for staff involved with Postgraduate Research provision.