The University regularly reviews its programs and school functions to ensure students are offered a distinctive high quality education. Review panels ordinarily comprise a senior discipline academic from another institution, a senior academic from the University of Adelaide, from a discipline other than the one being reviewed, two student members, and occasionally, a senior industry leader. Panel members speak to a range of stakeholders (including students and alumni) to inform potential program improvements for current and future student cohorts.
Thirty minute sessions are scheduled for confidential, informal student group discussions. No specific preparation is required. Topics may relate to areas of interest arising from the Terms of Reference and material gathered. Student participant names are not released in the report and student details are redacted from any written submissions provided. Some examples of the questions students may be asked are included in the following document ‘Sample Review Panel Questions’.
All students who participate receive a formal letter of acknowledgement for their valuable contribution to University governance.
- Sample Review Panel Questions
- Program and School/Unit Review Schedule
- Further information on the review process is available under Reviews and Evaluation
- For general enquiries please contact Learning and Quality Support
If you would like to be notified when your current program or school is being reviewed, please email your name, student ID and program details to Learning and Quality Support.