Excellence Is Rewarded at Local College

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Excellence Is Rewarded at Local College


FIND the path to your dream degree with a Higher education qualification from TyneMet College. By studying locally at TyneMet, you will benefit from the convenience of an excellent education and training provider on your doorstep as well as lower annual fees than the traditional university route, a fantastic support network and a wide range of study options which open up endless career opportunities.

Committed to providing excellence in education, we offer a wide range of courses designed to fulfil the expectations of today's employers and propel you to success, whatever your aspirations.

TyneMet has strong partnerships with regional universities with a wide choice of courses that are flexible to fit around your lifestyle and career aspirations. Award-winning lecturers are here to support you throughout your studies and all of our Foundation Degrees and Teaching qualifications are awarded by the University of Sunderland. This means we can offer you great progression opportunities to top up your qualification through our partnership with the University.

TyneMet College is delighted to announce its success in achieving a Bronze Award. This recognises that the College delivers teaching, learning and outcomes for its students that meet rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education. The metrics measure student satisfaction, retention, and progression to employment.

The TEF measures teaching excellence in three key areas: teaching quality, learning environment and student outcomes. In this way, it gives a holistic measure of students' engagement with their studies, the effectiveness of resources and activities as well as the extent to which all students achieve their educational and professional goals.

This excellent result for teaching and learning sits alongside the College's sustained success in a number of student experience surveys, such as the National Student Survey in which TyneMet has consistently ranked highly against institutions nationally.

Recognising excellence in teaching and learning across UK Higher Education providers; the Government's newly introduced Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) illustrates the teaching quality and learning outcomes across a diverse range of providers.

The results of the Teaching Excellence Framework provide a new picture of excellence in teaching and learning in UK higher education. The results and the underlying evidence will help students thinking about which university or college to apply to for autumn 2018, and encourage teaching and learning excellence across the UK. …

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