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Thu 27 Nov 2014
This briefing is to help students' associations in Scotland respond to the SFC's consultation on quality arrangements of universities by providing key questions to consider when responding.
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Welcome to NUS Scotland’s Education Network.
I’m Robert Foster, Vice President Education. I lead on our Education campaigning alongside Education Campaign Convenors James Moohan and Rob Henthorn.
Education is why we’re all at college or university, so experiences in the lecture hall, tutorial room, lab, studio, workplace and beyond are a massive part of our lives as students.
The Education Network is about making sure students can have their say and make a real difference to their college or university experience – on anything from feedback on work, to exam timetables, hidden costs on a course, or fighting against course cuts or closures.
We’ve had enough of just responding to other people’s ideas about our education, so this year we’re going to continue our work with students across Scotland to develop our own vision for the future of Scotland’s education system.
We’ll also be working with the National Society of Apprentices Scotland reaching out to apprentices who learn outside of our colleges and universities – to find out more about their experiences.
We’re here to support your local education campaigning - and lots more.
We work with a fantastic organisation called sparqs (this stands for Student Participation in Quality Scotland) who work with course reps to support their work to make their views of their classmates heard.
Why not get involved?