University of York has been awarded TEF Gold
7 June 2018
The University of York is delighted & proud to announce that it has been awarded a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework that is the highest possible rating. This award recognises York’s commitment to maintaining and improving the student experience.
The Gold award is the testament to the strength and depth of teaching across the University, to the hard work and dedication of the academic and support staff and to the commitment of the students to learning.
The university is particularly pleased that the judging panel has noted that ‘students from all backgrounds achieve consistently outstanding outcomes’ and it reflects the commitment and hard work of staff and students at the York. The panel has also singled out the research-strong environment as well as has highlighted the excellent careers support & development of employability skills in the students at York.
TEF Gold recognises the value of the teaching of highest standard in a challenging but supportive learning environment at the university. Besides highest quality of teaching, students’ discovery has become the hallmark of York education.
The teaching at the York ensures that every step of a student’s programme is planned to propel them to be the most effective independent learners, fulfil their potential and acquire the knowledge, skills and understanding that employers need.
The University of York, located in York, England is a collegiate plate glass research university and is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of research-intensive UK Universities. The university ranked 42nd in the world for arts & humanities and has been awarded with 12 Athena Swan awards for gender equality.
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