Regent wins award for excellence in student collaboration
We are delighted to announce that Regent College London has won the 2019 Independent Higher Education Award for Excellence in student Collaboration.
This award recognises the strong partnership we have built and are continuing to build with students across our campuses via our bespoke Personal and Professional Development Programme, Thinking into Character (TiC).
The judges sited the collaboration between staff and students established via our Thinking into Character Pilots held in June 2019, and the subsequent structures that emerged from this direct student engagement, including Thinking into Character Student Forum, Thinking into Character Business Fair and Extracurricular activities, as key features in their selection.
The judges also commended us on the quality of collaboration, judging Thinking into Character to be exemplary in enhancing a students’ sense of wellbeing and offering students additional opportunities to succeed.
The award ceremony was held on 26th November, 2019 and was attended by the Thinking into Character team, as well as the students who played an instrumental role in the TiC Student pilots.
Akosua Bonsu, Director of Studies for the project commented: “We are humbled that our hard work with regards to engaging students with Thinking into Character is being recognised by the IHE. Together with the TiC Student Forum, our team is working on many more exciting projects for 2020. Watch this space.”
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