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Silver Award for Markfield Institute of Higher Education

26th Jul 2019
Silver Award for Markfield Institute of Higher Education

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Nadine Osman

The Markfield Institute of Higher Education (MIHE) has achieved a Silver Award in a national scheme introduced by the Government to recognise excellence in teaching and learning in higher education institutions.

Leicestershire-based MIHE specialises in Islamic subjects, the Institute runs part-time and full-time courses, awarding BA and MA degrees.

The Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), introduced by the Government and overseen by the Office for Students, scores universities across a range of measures, including student satisfaction, drop-out rates as well as graduate employment.

The TEF Panel concluded that the MIHE delivered high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes for its students. It consistently exceeds rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.

The Principal, Dr Zahid Parvez, said:We are delighted by this outstanding result. It shows we are providing high-quality education and putting students at the heart of everything we do. This award is evidence of the dedicated work of our staff in delivering innovative teaching, engaging students in their learning and enabling them to fulfil their potential.

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