Learning and Teaching Hubs Learning and Teaching Hubs

Opening Hours: Mon-Fri  08:00-18:00  except for University Closed days

The three Learning and Teaching Hubs:

Arts                   @UG @PGT       Telephone 01603 597580

ZICER               @ZICER             Telephone 01603 597581

Elizabeth Fry     @EFB                Telephone 01603 597578

 

Which is my Hub?

My School is: My Course is: Your Hub location is:
AMA (ART, AMS, FTM), DEV, ECO, HIS, HUM, LAW, LDC, PPL (PHI, PSI, LCS) Undergraduate (UG) and
postgraduate taught (PGT) courses
                    
Arts 1 building  
 
BIO, CHE, CMP, ENV, MED, MTH, NBS, PHA, SCI UG & PGT courses, Graduate Diplomas & Integrated Masters Elizabeth Fry building 
 
EDU, HSC, PSY, SWK

Placements for courses in: EDU, HSC, MED, PHA, PSY, SWK
UG and PGT courses (including post registration & post qualification courses) & Work-based placements ZICER building

Postgraduate Students undertaking research rather than taught courses are served by the PGR Service which has an office on Floor 2 of the Elizabeth Fry Building (EFB 2.30) and another for NBI students at the Earlham Institute (room 105).

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What support does my Hub offer?

For Students:

  • Welcome and induction programmes
  • Student guides/Handbooks
  • Registration
  • Enrolment on modules
  • Student, module and course records
  • Attendance monitoring
  • Timetabling and room booking
  • Allocation of Advisers/Advisees
  • Coursework submission, return and deadline extension requests
  • Examinations, course tests and other assessments
  • Regulations and Codes of Practice
  • Placements
  • Complaints and Appeals
  • Disciplinary processes - including fitness for study/practice and misconduct procedures
  • Notification of assessment marks, results and transcripts/diploma supplements
  • Initial queries regarding the administration of matters concerning scholarships, bursaries, grants and council tax exemption

For Staff:

Support on all the above and in addition offer:
  • Support for UEA Learning & Teaching committees and groups
  • Support for key role holders in Schools
  • Guidance on good practice for working with the University's degree frameworks
  • Advice on the application of University policies and procedures
  • Support for Boards of Examiners
  • Assistance to Chairs of Examiners in working with their external examiners
  • Support for the consideration of concession requests
  • Internal quality assurance procedures - including new modules and new courses
  • Liaison with professional, statutory and regulatory bodies
  • Support in planning, timetabling and room booking associated with programmes
  • Placement arrangements