One of the University’s key strategic aims is to ensure an exceptional student experience and this is achieved through working in partnership with students.
There is increasing student engagement in a more structured and strategic way, for example, through the Student Voice Representatives system, Student Staff Voice Committees and University Student Voice Committee.
We are proud of our close links with the Students’ Union (KeeleSU) and Keele Postgraduate Association (KPA) and we see student representation as a vital means of ensuring effective communication between students and staff. The University is committed to its partnership with the Students' Unions. A copy of the Partnership Agreement can be found here.
Please visit the Students' Union web pages for more information about student representation.
Issues raised by student representatives are followed-up in a variety of ways, some by reporting into the learning and teaching committee structure, some by more formal action plans and much of the feedback has influenced the development of University wide strategies such as the Learning and Teaching Strategy.
An important part of ensuring an exceptional student experience, Student Voice Representatives represent their year group and enable effective communication between students and staff. More information can be found here.
One of the University’s key strategic aims is to ensure an exceptional student experience and this is achieved through working in partnership with students, this is done through Student Staff Voice Committee (SSVC).
The University has a Student Module Feedback (SMF) Policy for students to give feedback on their undergraduate and taught postgraduate modules.