The University of Bolton which is taking part in the 7th Annual Gulf Education Conference and Exhibition on 20-21st February at the University of Business and Technology (UBT), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, has been awarded a silver award by the Teaching Excellence Framework, a qualitative assessment body that recognizes universities for exceeding the baseline threshold expected of UK Higher Education by consistently providing high quality teaching, learning and outcomes for its students.
“We are committed to providing a high quality, teaching-intensive learning environment that provides individual and personal support and unique opportunities to develop the skills and interests of each and every one of our students,” a university spokesperson said in a press communiqué. “Over the past 12 months, we have also received a number of other accolades, including ranking 36 out of 129 higher education institutions by The Complete University Guide for student satisfaction.”
This, he said helped the university achieve a ranking of 38 out of 128 institutions for teaching quality by The Sunday Times; and entering The Guardian’s top 40 for teaching quality.
The two-day Gulf Education Conference is committed to supporting global education programs through student recruitment as well as facilitating partnerships between international institutions, academies, schools, and universities with Ministries of Education from the MENA region.