Other proposals in the paper outlined government commitments to “encourage and promote” the UK’s online course platform, Futurelearn.
(PRWEB UK) 21 August 2013
The article, Tougher Inspections for Overseas Growth Strategy, published 1st August, in Times Higher Education, reveals that the new approach will see frequent examinations of institutes deemed to be “more of a hazard”. Speaking at the launch of the strategy, known as the Quality Assurance Agency Regime, David Willetts, Universities and Science Minister, explained the inspection for overseas courses would be performed on a “risk-based” scheme, similar to methods expected to be adopted domestically later in 2013. Other proposals in the paper outlined government commitments to “encourage and promote” the UK’s online course platform, Futurelearn.
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