University of Lincoln - Audit finds cause for confidence

August 21, 2008

Confidence can "reasonably be placed" in both the academic standards and the learning opportunities available to students at the University of Lincoln, a recent institutional audit of the university conducted by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education has found. The report highlights Lincoln's "pervasive and integrated approach" to how it manages learning, but also says that the university needs to "reflect on the support for and preparation of postgraduate research students engaged in teaching".

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