As a member of the Academic Registrars Council (ARC), the national forum of senior managers in Higher Education Administration, we are committed to ensuring excellence across our administration services.
We are a member of Advance HE, whose focus is on enhancing organisational performance, delivering sustainable change, developing and connecting people (so they can deliver impact) and accrediting achievement within Higher Education.
As a member of the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory (AGCAS), we are committed to student career development. We ensure that our employability advisors have the opportunity to build on their knowledge base to better advise our students.
We are members of the British Dyslexia Association (BDA), which has been the voice of dyslexic people since 1972 and is a membership organisation working to achieve a dyslexia-friendly society for all.
We are a part of the Forum for Access and Continuing Education (FACE). FACE facilitates the exchange and sharing of information and practices in learning and widening participation to Higher Education.
As members of the Higher Education Policy Institute’s University Partnership Programme, we have a key interest in the successful development of the UK’s Higher Education sector, supporting HEPI’s mission to create a better informed policy environment in HE.
We are a proud member of Independent HE, the UK’s representative body for independent providers of Higher Education.
Our membership of the Institute of Student Employers (ISE) provides key networking opportunities with employers and other Higher Education Institutions as well as granting us access to timely and comprehensive information on current employment trends.
We are a registered provider of Higher Education by the Office for Students (OfS), the Government’s regulatory body for the higher education sector across England.
The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) for Higher Education is the independent body in charge of managing the standards and quality in UK Higher Education. We are a member of the QAA, ensuring we deliver high quality education for our students.
We have also signed up to the QAA’s Academic Integrity Charter, pledging our support to protect and promote academic integrity.
We are licensed to sponsor migrant students under the Student Route of the points-based system. We have a track record of compliance, meaning that our students are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week in term time.
Our Head of Quality and Compliance is also a member of the UCAS English Policy Group – a group designed to discuss critical issues which shape UCAS’ strategic responses to education policy matters.