We measure the quality of teaching and assessment with our Quality Manual and Programme Specifications. The outcomes of these assessments are available as periodic reviews. 

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Quality Manual

The University's quality assurance and enhancement of teaching and learning are described in the Quality Manual. This document brings together comprehensive information about our quality processes - measures and checks on our teaching and assessment. 

Read more about the Quality Manual

Programme Specifications

Programme Specifications are the learning intentions and outcomes of each taught course. They cover the knowledge that a student will be expected to have upon completion of their course and the skills, both subject specific and transferable, that will have been developed through the learning process.

Read more about Programme Specifications

Periodic reviews

We review each of our programmes to make sure that they are up-to-date, meet the needs of students and are adequately resourced.

Read the periodic reviews carried out since 2008

Contact

Derek Baldwinson
Deputy Head of Governance Legal and Assurance Services (GLAS)

St George’s, University of London
Cranmer Terrace
Tooting
London SW17 0RE

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Last Updated: Wednesday, 16 December 2015 09:55

What we do

St George's develops people who meet today’s healthcare needs and tomorrow’s healthcare challenges.

Our history

We have a long, illustrious history of training doctors, dating back more than 250 years.

Our partners

How we work with other organisations to bring excellence into our teaching and research.