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Ruskin College Oxford

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Head office
Dunstan Road Headington Oxford OX3 9BZ
Telephone
01865 759600
Fax
01865 759649

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Quality Assessment outcomes
Quality Assessment is the process the higher education funding bodies use to gain assurance about the standard of the qualifications awarded by a higher education provider and the quality of the academic experience provided to students.

All higher education providers are required to meet national requirements for the standard of their qualifications and the quality of the academic experience provided to students.

Annual Provider Review (APR) Outcome: Meets requirements

This provider fully meets requirements for quality and standards. This means that:

  • Qualification standards are reliable and reasonably comparable to those across the UK;
  • The student academic experience is of high quality;
  • Student outcomes are generally good or excellent and the provider has demonstrated continuous improvement in relation to them.
Meets requirements This provider fully meets requirements for quality and standards.
Meets requirements with an action plan This provider meets requirements for quality and standards, and is implementing an action plan to improve in some areas.
Pending The annual provider review outcome for this provider is not yet available. ​A ‘pending’ outcome means that the process has not yet been completed for this provider. This is a neutral outcome and does not indicate either a positive or negative position.
Does not meet requirements This provider does not currently meet requirements for quality and standards.

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Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)
The Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) is a government scheme which recognises excellent learning and teaching in universities, colleges and other higher education providers. It provides information to help higher education students choose where to study.

This provider did not participate in the TEF.

The TEF is voluntary and each higher education provider decides whether or not they wish to take part.

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