Encouraging ideas and innovation and developing attributes which students need to thrive
To develop the curriculum to ensure it remains relevant in its breadth and scope, particularly in the use of digital technology and the acquisition of transferable, cognitive, and analytical skills.
To review the portfolio, recognising the importance of our history but also the opportunities offered by courses which are complementary and enable broader progression and collaboration.
To increase collaboration opportunities including with industry, both within and across disciplines.
To explore online courses, separate from our main provision, that opens up our specialist creative expertise to a wider market.
To develop the Postgraduate framework to enable full-time, part-time, and modular study.
To provide employability activities that enable students to secure high-level work and develop the skills of those with entrepreneurial ambitions.
To strengthen our alumni community’s engagement with the University and to assist graduates in refreshing or further developing their skills.
To ensure our provision is holistically student-centred, builds resilience and enables achievement through careful induction strategies, effective student welfare and support interventions, and clear communication.