Birmingham City University: Student Academic Partners – Case study published

Posted on behalf of Clare Killen:

Launched in December 2008, the student academic partners scheme (SAP) brings together project teams of students and staff working in partnership on initiatives designed to improve the student experience.  This case study outlines how the SAP scheme was developed and how it has impacted on student engagement and the student experience.

The case study includes examples of the SAP scheme in action and includes details of other student engagement initiatives that have grown from the success of SAP showing how the principle of student engagement and working with students has become embedded in all aspects of the university.

The sixth CAN case study is available in Word or PDF format along with other case studies on the Resources page.

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