Edge Hill University’s quality strategy has been developed and refined over time and forms part of an Academic Framework that also comprises the University’s academic regulations for taught and research degrees and frameworks for the design and delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate taught degree programmes . This Handbook describes the operational aspects of the strategy […]
The Environmental Management Strategic Implementation Plan was first produced in January 2009. It has been updated to cover the period from 2011 – 2016, compatible with Edge Hill’s Vision 2020.
The Information strategy for 2014-17 describes the priorities of the University for its strategic investment in, and use of information. It sets out the vision and direction for information and communication developments and services.
International Strategy Policy
Edge Hill University undertakes research of the highest quality, and it is at the core of everything the University does, because research activity is inextricably linked to great teaching and to deep levels of student engagement.
The aim of this strategy is to describe the approach the University will take to the leadership, management and development of staff over the next five years.
The University’s definition of Collaborative Provision includes any credit-bearing module or programme for which it holds ultimate responsibility but which is delivered, in whole or in part, by or with another organisation.