Students Give GBS High-Five for ‘Good Practice’

November 30 2018 by Global Banking School

The Student Representative Committee for Undergraduate Programmes at GBS has identified five areas of ‘good practice’ during their recent review. Areas of good practice include:

  • Support of dedicated Programme Managers for each course
  • Allocation of Personal Tutors for each GBS student
  • Formative (informal) assessment and feedback that enables students to learn from, and correct errors in approach, prior to undertaking formal (summative) assessments
  • Dedicated Academic Writing tutorials from in-house PhD qualified GBS staff
  • Course Representatives for each programme, chaired by a student, rather than staff members
“We’re delighted by this feedback from our own hard-working students and appreciate them taking the time to formulate the report. In addition, we are carrying out further enhancements to facilities and online learning support technologies, to help our students achieve their goals.” Richard Bingley, Managing Director for GBS

GBS’s campus in Bow, is very close to the London Underground, DLR and major bus routes. GBS has also recently opened a campus in Birmingham.

“Many of our students are motivated to become tomorrow’s leading entrepreneurs and business leaders. Offering such good value and support for our students, within the busy context of diverse and dynamic city centers, in our own successful business model.” Richard Bingley, Managing Director for GBS
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