Student Partnerships

We are always looking for students to partner with members of staff on a range of projects designed to improve the student learning experience as part of London Met's Programme for Improving Student Outcomes (PISO).

We believe in empowering students to shape their education and there is much to be gained!

By getting involved you will:

  • have the opportunity to shape the way you are taught, assessed and supported in your studies.
  • gain valuable experience of developing a project, which will enhance your CV and employability.
  • be able to earn academic credits for a suitable work-related learning opportunity.

Students have the opportunity to work in partnership with us on any of the following PISO projects:

Starting a new course at university can be daunting. Our Preparation for Study project works to ensure that students are prepared for academic study.

Spaces for this project are now full. Please visit this page for updates on availability.

Our Course Design and Delivery project aims to design courses to meet students' needs and expectations.

Spaces for this project are now full. Please visit this page for updates on availability.

Our Assessment and Feedback project works to design assessment and feedback to enhance students' understanding and achievement.

Spaces for this project are now full. Please visit this page for updates on availability.

The Student Support project provides support and mentoring to raise student aspirations, confidence and performance.

Spaces for this project are now full. Please visit this page for updates on availability.

The Quality of Provision project aims to assure the quality of teaching and learning provision and works toward continuous improvement. 

Spaces for this project are now full. Please visit this page for updates on availability.

We believe that every success and every achievement deserves a celebration and we would be honoured to celebrate yours with you!

Share with us anything you or your fellow classmates have achieved, either within the university or outside. Do you know someone who, despite obstacles, has achieved their goals? What about academic, professional or personal success in your life? We want to know everything! You can nominate either yourself or a fellow student by completing this simple form.

Is there room for improvement in your computing skills? Would you like to receive training in how to make better use of IT from a fellow student? If so, please register to receive support from a digital champion.   

Digital champions are students with computing skills who offer training to fellow students to assist in the development of their IT capabilities. There are three levels of support and training available:

  • IT for the Terrified
  • IT Upskilling
  • Advanced/Specialist Training

If you would like to receive IT training from a fellow student who has the skills to assist you, please complete this form and we will get back in touch with you soon.

 

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