Academic Audit serves to:
Academic Audit is made up of two complimentary subsets of audit activity:
Continuous audit involves the collection and evaluation of a range of routinely produced evidence (approval and review schedules, minutes of faculty committees, course documents, modification reports etc.), the observation of a number of key faculty events and desk based audits of documentation held by faculty registries.
Enhancement audit will seek to enlarge on specific themes arising from the outcomes of continuous audit activity or other institutional monitoring.
Due to the recent changes made to our university Academic Principles and Regulations, the Continuous Audit process for the 2012/13 academic term will focus solely on the Examination Committee and Board of Examiners process. The outcomes of the audit will be presented to Academic, Quality and Standards Committee during the 2013/14 academic term.