ANU has a long history of academic excellence. Five-yearly independent reviews of academic schools and departments have been introduced to ensure continuous improvement in the quality of our research and teaching, underpinned by efficient and effective services.
The purpose of school reviews are to undertake an independent evidenced-based assessment to ensure the school’s activities contribute effectively to achieving the University’s Strategic Plan, recognise areas of excellence, and to identify opportunities and make recommendations on areas for improvement.
The table below provides hyperlinks to (and descriptions of) a range of documents and a procedure to support schools through the review process:
A standard data pack will guide the School’s self-evaluation and be provided to the panel. This data pack should be requested through firstname.lastname@example.org. Supplementary data may be included and should be discussed with the Deputy Director of Planning and Performance Measurement, Tracey McNicol on +61 2 6125 1232.