Assessment Schedule 

The assessment schedules for 2017/18 are provided here for guidance

Updates will be published here as appropriate

Assessment Schedule for 2017/18 (v1.0 issued 17/05/17)

 

 

 

Referencing, Procedures and Policies

The FdEng and FdSc programmes are validated by the University of Greenwich and as such the University Academic Regulations for Taught Awards apply. A full copy of these regulations can be found here. For simplicity specific links to the sections covering the Plagiarism and Examination Offences and Academic Appeals Procedure have been provided below. Many of the problems with Plagiarism can be avoided by following good Referencing Procedures. A link to the University's guide on referencing can be found here.

1.       HE Complaints Policy

2.       Plagiarism and Examination Offences Policy

3.       Academic Appeals Procedure 

Student Outcomes 

Most FdEng Software Development and FdSc Creative Computing graduates choose to progress to the final year of an appropriate honours degree programme at the University of Greenwich.

The statistics below relate to progression from the FdEng Programmes

 

FdEng at Bromley College of F&HE

 

BSc/BEng C&CE at Medway Campus

FdEng

Cohort year.

Number of Starters

Retention %

Success %

Number Progressing

% Awarded Degree

% 1st & 2:1 amongst completers

% 2:2 amongst completers

Year 2

15-16

12 100 92 7 86 83 17

Year 2

14-15

12

92

67

6

100

83

17

Year 2

13-14

11

100

73

6

83

50

33

Year 2

12-13

8

100

100

5

100

100

 

 

Review 2016

The FdEng Programme is due for Quinquennial Review in December 2016. This provides an opportunity every five years to revisit the programme structure and contents.

The purpose of these pages is to obtain feedback from stakeholders (e.g. students and ex-students, employers, university staff etc). We'd like you to help us make the programme as relevant as possible for future students.

We are proposing to move from offering two separate FdEng programmes, Network Computing and Software Development to a single FdEng in Software Engineering.

At the bottom of this page are links to more information about the courses we're proposing. (Many of these are quite similar in nature to existing courses).

We'd be most grateful if you could scan over these materials and drop us an email with some brief feedback/suggestions (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) on how we might improve the programme.

Thanks in advance

Clive & Barry

  • For an overview of the proposed L4 courses please select this link
  • For an overview of the proposed L5 courses please select this link

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programme Review Meetings

Programme Review Meetings are held three times during the academic year. The purpose of these meetings is to discuss the operational effectiveness of the programme and to consider any issues raised by the student body. 
 
Membership:
  • Programme Leader (Chair);
  • University Link Tutor(s) and/or Professional Body representatives, as appropriate;
  • Key teaching staff;
  • Elected student representatives, from each year group/cohort.
The meetings are broken into two parts. Part 1 - items of a non-confidential nature and Part 2 - items of a confidential nature. Part 1 of the meetings is attended by the student representatives. 
 

Minutes of Part 1 of the PRM for the FdEng Software Development 2016/17

Minutes for the current academic year are available by selecting the appropriate link below:

Autumn Spring Summer

 

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