All programmes at the University of Bristol should go through an Annual Programme Review (APR).
Each year a school should gather feedback on its taught and research programmes from students, staff and external examiners. Any reflections or reports on individual units should also be taken into account, together with statistical information such as student progression rates, proportions of degrees awarded by classification, etc. All these elements should then be discussed at a school meeting and a summary report written using the relevant template (see below) - the APR. This report should outline the positive features of the programme(s) and any actions to be taken.
The deadline for submission of the reports is 31st January.
See here for a summary diagram showing APR in the context of the University's quality assurance and enhancement framework.
When a school, faculty or FQET feel that a more in-depth review of a programme or group of programmes is required, the Programme Review Group is convened on an ad-hoc basis.
An informal checklist of considerations relating to joint honours programmes, which can be used to aid reflection on issues specific to this type of programme:
Checklist for joint honours programmes