Supporting Student Engagement

Supporting Student Engagement
University of East London
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John Joe Mulherin
Student Experience Manager
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Where can students get help?
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Student Life
Where to Find Us (Stratford)
Ground Floor of
the R Building
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Student Life
Where to Find Us (Docklands)
4th Floor of the
Docklands Library
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Central Support Helpdesk
Make appointments with the support teams
Collect cheques for bursaries, grants and loans
Amend student records
Get a replacement Student ID Card
Validate 18+ Oyster Card applications
Get letters to verify student status
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Health and Wellbeing
General/physical wellbeing advice and support
Initial support consultations (ISC)
Registering with a GP
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Disability and Dyslexia Team
Advice, information and guidance on disability matters
Assistance with claiming disability-related government funding
Assistance with reasonable adjustments to support studies
(e.g. exam arrangements)
Advice about learning difficulties
Dyslexia Screening
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Student Money Advice & Rights
(SMART) Team
Government funding advice
Bursaries, grants and scholarships
External funding opportunities
Money management tips
Improving financial capability
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Student Website
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Helping Students Succeed
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Engaging in Student Life
“Social engagement can be seen to create a
sense of belonging and offer informal support
through interaction with friends and peers.
Social engagement takes place in the social
sphere of the institution, including social
spaces, sport clubs and societies, the students’
union, in student accommodation and through
shared living arrangements…”
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SU Student Societies
Academic and Subject Societies
International and Cultural Societies
Groups of students on specific courses at UEL,
at specific UEL schools, or interested in
specific career paths.
Groups of international students from a specific
part of the world and friends, or students
interested in specific cultures.
These groups may organise academic
activities and study groups, or they may
simply give students a chance to socialise
with others on their course.
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SU Student Societies
Performance and Arts Societies
Campaigns and Community Societies
Groups of students who enjoy or practice a
particular creative activity such as dance,
performance, drama, music, entertainments,
media, or other art forms.
Groups of students united in a common cause.
This includes political groups, religious groups,
charitable groups and campaigning groups.
Hobby and Common Interest Societies
Groups of students who enjoy a particular activity
or interest for its own sake, or any other student
groups which do not fit into the other four groups.
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Campus Social Spaces
The Underground Bar, Docklands
The Red Room, Stratford
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Engaging in Curriculum Design
QAA Quality Code – Chapter B5
“This Chapter covers student engagement at undergraduate and
postgraduate level, irrespective of location, mode of study,
teaching delivery, or discipline.
The Chapter focuses on the provision of an inclusive environment
for student engagement. That environment anticipates the varied
needs of learners and aims to ensure that all students have equal
access to educational opportunities.”
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Programme Reps
Programme Committees
Two Per Year
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SU Elected Representatives
Imran Hussein
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VP Education (HSB & Cass)
Amirah Mohamud
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VP Societies & Comm’s (Cass & HSB)
Adrian Patsalos
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VP Community & Development (ADI & Combined)
Jitesh Mondal
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VP Welfare (RDBS & ACE)
Edna Chirwa
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Student Experience Surveys
National Student Survey
Internal Programme Survey
Postgraduate Taught
Experience Survey
Postgraduate Research
Experience Survey
Module Evaluations
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Student Feedback
You Said, We Did
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Attendance = Success
Encourage attendance
Get students involved in the sessions
Remind them to tap in at the start of class
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Attendance = Success
High Attendance = High Attainment
Laura Jane Thompson – Retention Manager
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Thanks For Listening
Please ask questions.
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