Student Written Submission
The BPP Students’ Association creates a Student Written Submission (SWS) annually, this is based on feedback that we receive from our students through a variation of sources. The SWS highlights Good Practice areas, Affirmations and key Recommendations across the University.
This is a key report, allowing the collective Student Voice to be heard at the University. It provides a valuable platform allowing our students to work in partnership with the University and the ability to strengthen the University’s approach on ‘Together we Change’.
2020 - 2021
You can download the 2020-2021 Student Written Submission submitted to the University here.
The 2020-21 Student Written Submission (SWS) was written in and is submitted against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic. The usual face-to-face SWS sessions were replaced with virtual sessions this time around but were still conducted in the same camaraderie, collaboration, and commitment from all the Student Voice Representatives. The submission illustrates the BPP student journey during 2020 and demonstrates how the University and students adapted to the changes which came about as a result of the pandemic. It highlights several areas of good practice which came as result of the proactive approach the University took to support students and ensure they were able to continue with their studies and progress through their courses. It also recognises the challenges that resulted from the pandemic and makes excellent recommendations for continual improvement in the BPP student journey. It is an excellent publication which provides honest, positive, and constructive feedback from the entire student population and is another key illustration of BPP University’s approach of “Students as Partners”.
2019 - 2020
You can download the 2019-2020 Student Written Submission submitted to the University here.
Students’ Association Update – February 2020
We are writing this update following the publication of the 2019-2020 Student Written Submission to inform you of the next steps around the Recommendations that have been presented to the University from your feedback in this year’s SWS. The aim for us as a Students’ Association and for myself as President this year are that the feedback collated from the student body is followed through and the student body at BPP are regularly informed of the updates around these formal recommendations.
As an Association we are committed to ensuring that the BPP Student Voice is recognised by the University and that your feedback is taken on board with the overall view to enhancing the student experience. Thus far we are working towards a number of initiatives to ensure that the University works collaboratively with the Students’ Association to deliver on the SWS recommendations and please check back on this page for further updates.