Wider Information Set (WIS)
At the Hugh Baird University Centre we are committed to making it easier for prospective and current students and the wider general public to access information that we publish about ourselves and the courses we offer.
- Access and Participation Plan 2020/21 to 2024/25
- Access and Participation Plan 2019/20
- Access Agreement 2018/19
- Access Agreement 2017/18
- Access Agreement 2016/17
- Accompanying Information and Conditions of Offer
- Value for Money Statement – 2019/20 Academic Year
- Applications and Admissions Transparency Information
- HE Standard Additional Course Costs and Intended Hours of Study
- Information for Parents
- Mission & Strategic Plan
- Organisational Structure
- Quality Assurance Agency Higher Education Review of Hugh Baird College - May 2015
- Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategy 2018-2021
- The key findings of our latest Higher Education Review by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education
- Website Accessibility
We work very closely with our Higher Education partners – the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) and the University of Cumbria. All of our degree courses are approved by one of these universities so, whilst you will benefit from the top class teaching and facilities provided at the Hugh Baird University Centre, you will also be a member of the partner university’s community and will enjoy access to a range of their facilities and learning resources as well as membership of their Students’ Union.
External examining is an integral and essential part of the institutional quality assurance process and provides one of the principal means of maintaining UK threshold academic standards within autonomous higher education institutions. At the Hugh Baird University Centre, we make meticulous use of the external examiners reports to assure quality and standards and to help identify opportunities for enhancement.
External examiners reports are made available internally for students on the VLE.
Discover Uni is an official source of information about higher education.
It is owned and operated by the UK higher education funding and regulatory bodies. These are:
- The Department for the Economy in Northern Ireland
- The Higher Education Funding Council for Wales
- The Office for Students in England
- The Scottish Funding Council
It includes official statistics about higher education courses taken from national surveys and data collected from universities and colleges about all their students.
Why full Discover Uni data may not be available
A lack of data does not reflect on the quality of the course. There are several reasons why some courses will not have the full data to display. For example, newer courses may not yet have had the opportunity to collect student satisfaction data from the National Student Survey (NSS), or employment data. Very new courses will also not have had time to build up data about continuation, qualifications on entry, and the degree that previous students have obtained.
Some well-established courses may also not be able to show student satisfaction data or employment data. This might be because the course runs with a small number of students, so that there are not enough responses to the surveys for the data to be statistically meaningful. Data can be misleading if it only represents a small number of students, and/or less than half the students on the course.