appropriately contextualised for delivery in Mauritius and containing a statement about the availability of academic staff, as discussed in paragraph 6.2 above [see Condition 2.5.4].
The Panel noted that some additions would be required to the Pathway Specification Forms (PSFs) for each of the 3 pathways submitted for approval. The Panel agreed to set a condition requiring the Proposal Team to update the PSFs to provide clear and accurate structure diagrams for delivery at LCA Mauritius, clarifying the modules to be delivered at each level and an agreed sequence for module delivery at all levels for the January, April/May and September intakes for the Access Certificate in Accounting and Management and the March/April and September intakes for the two honours degrees [see Condition 2.5.5].
Throughout the course if its discussions the Panel was impressed by the commitment and cohesion of the academic staff team at LCA Mauritius and their enthusiasm in developing the next generation of accounting professionals. Consequently, the Panel wished to commend the staff for their participation and contributions to the discussions.
CONFIRMATION OF STANDARDS OF AWARDS
The Panel confirmed that the proposed Access Certificate in Accounting and Management, BA (Hons) Applied Accounting and BA (Hons) International Business Management pathways satisfied the University’s Academic Regulations with regard to the definitions and academic standards of Anglia Ruskin awards and, hence, the QAA’s Framework for Higher Education Qualifications.
28th July 2009
20th August 2009
9th September 2009
OFFICE FILE REF
Quality Assurance Division11Confirmed