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6th November 2016

The Mancunion’s TEF survey

The Mancunion want to know what you think about the proposed Teaching Excellence Framework

The Mancunion are conducting a survey on the University of Manchester students’ responses to the proposed Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).

The Higher Education (HE) white paper and the Higher Education and Research Bill announced the TEF which intends to measure each university’s standards by looking at three different factors: drop out rates, the National Student Survey (NSS), and employment rates of graduates after 6 months.

The Mancunion want to know what you think, simply fill out this survey to share your thoughts:

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