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Upcoming or current consultations: 

Inquiry into the History of Teaching and Research of Eugenics at UCL

All students are invited to participate in research regarding the historical role of UCL in the teaching and research of eugenics, its links to modern day racism and future teaching and research. Participants can take part in an online survey and/or focus groups, where a vegetarian lunch will be provided.

Consultation with Department of Education on Higher Technical Education

Validation of Non-Formal and Informal Learning

Past consultations: 

Response to UCL’s Student Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2019-21

UCL launched a Student Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2019-2021 which aims to embed a whole-university approach to health and well-being so that students can reach their full potential, be successful and enjoy their time at UCL. In drafting our response, we have consulted our policies, officers’ mandates, and the views of the 40,000 students we represent across UCL

Response to the review of Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF)

TEF is is a national exercise, introduced by the government in England. It assesses excellence in teaching at universities and colleges, and how well they ensure excellent outcomes for their students in terms of graduate-level employment or further study. An independent review of TEF was called this year, which we provided input into.

Response to a consultation from Office for Students on securing student success

The Higher Education and Research Act 2017 (HERA) made provision for the establishment of a new regulator – the Office for Students (OfS) – and a new regulatory framework. A consultation went out to set the context for the creation of the OfS and for the proposed regulatory approach, which we responded to.

Response to the UCL Education Strategy Part 1 and Part 2

UCL launched a five-year education strategy in 2016 with an aim to improve education and enhance the student experience. The Union made two responses - one in 2015 and one in 2016 - to represent the views of student representatives across UCL.

Response to NUS on the future of the National Student Survey

The National Student Survey (NSS) is a UK-wide survey, widely recognised as a set of information which can drive and monitor improvement in the student academic experience. A number of years ago, the Higher Education Public Information Steering Group recognised that changes needed to be made to bring the NSS into line with current student trends and needs and we responded to a consultation regarding this.

Camden Council Consultations

Camden Council consultations can be found here