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Benchmarking the student experience across Singapore

Posted by Guy Perring on October 19, 2021

We have been working in the Singapore private sector for the last 6 years providing benchmarking of the student experience using the Student Barometer. This has contributed towards enhancing quality and providing key benchmarking data which institutions have used for their external audits from CPE as well as contributing to EduTrust status.

For all of us, the last 18 months have been some of the most challenging of our professional and personal lives. We maintained at Tribal i-graduate that it was vital that institutions continued to listen to students to ensure they were still meeting their needs.
 

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Topics: Higher Education, Blog, Student experience, Internationalisation, Asia, i-graduate, Student Barometer

What is an individual learning plan (ILP)?

Posted by Gabriella Walshaw on September 28, 2021

What does ILP mean in education?

ILP stands for individual learning plan or individualised learning plan. ILPs define a learner’s academic, personal, and employment goals. They separate these goals into individual targets, accompanied by reviews – the educational equivalent of professional appraisals.

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Topics: Further Education, Blog, Student experience

Five steps to create an effective ILP

Posted by Gabriella Walshaw on September 28, 2021

What should an ILP include?

Individual learning plans (ILPs) can guide your learners to success, as long as you understand how to structure them. In this blog, we’ll help you understand what should an ILP include, habit-layering, and how to use coaching conversations to develop your learners’ independence.

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Topics: Further Education, Blog, Student experience

Listening to Students - How the pandemic transformed the higher education experience

Posted by Nicola Frampton on September 21, 2021

When coronavirus first began to spread in the UK back in March 2020, Student Minds made the decision to pause and listen. We wanted to truly understand what students were experiencing, how the pandemic was affecting them and what we could do to help. We gathered insights from thousands of sources and conducted our own primary research to build as accurate a picture as possible. Almost 18 months later, following continued listening, the launch of Student Space and a shift to online delivery of our peer support and training, in August 2021, we collated and published our findings, reflections and recommendations in ‘University Mental Health: Life in a Pandemic’. The report explores the wide-reaching impacts of Covid-19 on higher education communities, focusing on four themes from Student Minds’ University Mental Health Charter: Live, Learn, Work and Support. By exploring the disruption to each of these themes and taking a holistic approach to student mental health, we were able to develop policy recommendations for universities, students’ unions, and the Government, which we believe will support students as we move beyond the initial impacts of the pandemic. 

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Topics: Blog, Student Support, Student experience, Student wellbeing, Guest blog

What UK universities can learn from New Zealand’s COVID-19 response

Posted by Mellissa Telka Oliver on September 6, 2021

COVID-19 has enormously impacted the international education sector. Results from the 2020/21 edition of the International Student Barometer (ISB) show a marked negative impact on student satisfaction. However, as demonstrated in i-graduate’s recent global report The global student experience; 2021 insights and analysis from the world’s largest student survey, satisfaction amongst international students studying in New Zealand has remained relatively high.  

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Topics: Higher Education, Blog, Student experience, UK & Ireland, i-graduate, Covid-19

The global picture for the international student experience: student happiness and wellbeing, the online learning experience, and student employability

Posted by Mat Kirby on August 17, 2021

As institutions globally rethink how they deliver education and the wider student experience, they continue to listen to the student voice. As such, i-graduate’s latest global surveys, the Covid-19 Response Barometer and the International Student Barometer (ISB) have been able to deliver valuable insight to the sector. Here we share just some of the findings. (The full global report, including regional focus reports, can be accessed here.)

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Topics: Higher Education, News, Blog, Student experience, Student wellbeing, International students

Student support and wellbeing: the challenges of today and tomorrow -  In conversation with HE

Posted by Ella Higham on March 25, 2021

Student support and wellbeing: the challenges of today and tomorrow - In conversation with HE

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Topics: Higher Education, Student Support, Student experience, Cloud Technology

How can your university improve student engagement?

Posted by Daniel Barrass on March 18, 2021

In fact, the first question must be why is student engagement so important?

Well, its the lifeblood of your university. Without happy, inquisitive, thought-provoking and challenging students, a university would be a very sterile place – not conducive to learning, stifling creative thinking or crushing ambition. 

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Topics: Higher Education, Blog, Student experience, Student Engagement

Student Minds Resources

Posted by Ella Higham on March 12, 2021

There are currently around 2.4 million students at UK universities, with one in three suffering from clinical levels of psychological distress during these formative years.

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Topics: Higher Education, Blog, Student experience, Student

Predictive analytics is transforming Higher and Further Education – here’s how

Posted by Lucy Judge on March 8, 2021

Predictive analytics is invisible, yet its benefits are highly tangible. The use of predictive analytics can bring a range of advantages to all educational settings; the ability to easily access and interpret results and attainment data is integral to any institution’s forward-planning. A holistic, systematic approach to using data will unquestionably drive improvements to standards across the whole institution.

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Topics: Higher Education, Further Education, Blog, Student experience