A Programme Specification is a collection of information about a programme of study. It details: the definitive list of modules in each stage; the programme aims; the programme-level learning outcomes; and the teaching, learning and assessment methods (for the various Programme Specification templates see below). It also describes the structure of the programme, its progression requirements and any programme-specific regulations. It is the responsibility of the Programme Director to make sure the Programme Specification is up to date (see curriculum review section).

The Quality Team has developed Programme Specification templates:

As programme directors it is also essential that you are aware of and compliant with the guidance set out by the Competition and Markets Authority in relation to your programme. Please click below for more information:

Competition and Markets Authority

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