Computing Faculty praised in its five year review

Computing Faculty praised in its five year review.  The event, which took place on April 21 and 22, was aimed to critically review the entire provision and delivery of computing, for all undergraduate and postgraduate awards delivered at Stafford, Stoke, Lichfield and all Staffordshire University Regional Federation partners (SURF), assessing the health of provision and the success in achieving academic objectives.

A panel of judges made up of university representatives and external reviewers from The University of the West of England, South Bank University and the University of Central Lancashire, praised the faculty and gave particular commendation for employer engagement, work-based learning initiatives, the delivery of awards involving SURF partners and student learning support. 

The University currently has around 1,800 on campus computing students making up just under 50 per cent of the faculty’s student population with an additional 350 computing students studying with SURF partners and around 3000 students studying at overseas partners.