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.

If you would like to work with us on this initiative, please complete this simple form.

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

If you would like to work with us on this initiative, please complete this simple form.

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

If you would like to work with us on this initiative, please complete this simple form.

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

If you would like to work with us on this initiative, please complete this simple form.

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

If you would like to work with us on this initiative, please complete this simple form.

The Celebrating Student Success project aims to develop new ways of recognising and publicising the achievements of our students.

If you would like to work with us on this initiative, please complete this simple form

Would you like to assist fellow students in developing their IT skills?  The University is looking to engage a number of Digital Champions to provide training for students seeking support, ranging from sessions on IT ‘for the terrified’ through to advanced applications.

If you would like to become a Digital Champion, please complete this short form.

 

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