The Student Fellowship Scheme (SFS) was initiated by the DPEW as an attempt to enhance the student learning experiance at UWS. Students are recruited on a school basis with an intention to look at the National Student Survey and other student feedback data to highlight areas where the school can improve i.e. assessment and feedback. This scheme was put in place after the DPEW had a conversation with The University of Winchester, they have a Student Fellows scheme in place which helped advise and set out an idea for the DPEW to take forward something similar at UWS.
At UWS we have a structure in place that consists of there being three Student Fellows per school:
Student Fellow Trainer will act as the Institutional Associate Trainer and will train student reps as well as develop the training they receive. Alongside the Student Rep Co-ordinator, they will also offer skills development opportunities and Campaigns training.
Student Fellow Research will collate all student feedback for the School and ensure that areas for improvement are passed to the correct person or committee. They will also ensure that positive areas of work are shared across programmes and Schools.
The Student Fellow Campaigns will assist student reps to work with the data received by the Research Fellow and turn this into campaigns for positive change within the Programme and/or school using skills and knowledge gained by the Training Fellow.
To read last years report (2014-15), please click here
A report of this years activity is currently being produced and will be published on this page in due course
For more information please contact Claire Lumsden at email@example.com
You can find more information about the University of Winchester Student Fellows Scheme by clicking here.
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