Uni shortlisted for global teaching award

We have been shortlisted as a finalist for the inaugural Global Teaching Excellence Award.

The new award, launched by the Higher Education Academy and Times Higher Education, received entries from universities and HE providers across the world.

The award recognises institution-wide approaches to teaching excellence and we were assessed against three main areas: excellence in the leadership of teaching and learning; excellence in teaching; and excellence in student support, to make it through to the global shortlist of 27.

Professor Peter Lambert, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching), said: "This is a clear reflection of our commitment to world-class teaching and learning, and I am very pleased to see this recognised on the world stage.

"I would like to thank all the staff from across the University who have got us to this point - I am looking forward to finding out who the overall winner is in September."

For more information visit the Global Teaching Excellence Award web pages

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