University of Exeter has been announced as one of 43 Higher Education Institutions in the UK to achieve Gold the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) assessment.
TEF is a new initiative which has been introduced to ensure the quality of teaching, learning environment and student employability outcomes are at the heart of the UK higher education system.
Professor Sir Steve Smith, Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive, from the University of Exeter said: “We are naturally delighted to have been awarded the Gold rating, as part of the national Teaching Excellence Framework. It is vital that the Higher Education sector evolves to meet the changing demands and expectations from students, in both learning and teaching. The TEF is designed to ensure that high-quality teaching receives the merits it deserves, in the same way that the Research Excellence Framework does for world-class research.”
Read more about TEF on the University of Exeter website