We are committed to offering all of our students a world-leading, rigorous, evidence-based, inclusive educational experience embedded in a vibrant research environment.
Learning and Teaching Strategy Refresh
When the College first launched the Learning and Teaching Strategy in 2017, it set out our ambitious aims for education at Imperial, including:
- To deliver programmes which prepare students for the rapidly changing nature of careers
- To use technology to offer flexible education with a global reach.
- To expand continuing education opportunities for professionals and enable life-long learning.
- To foster greater collaboration across our academic disciplines; further embedding our research into education.
- To design a diverse range of teaching, learning, experiential, and assessment approaches that recognise, support and attract students from all backgrounds.
- To employ creative thinking in the use of physical and virtual space to maximise the student experience.
Now, halfway through the Learning and Teaching Strategy’s ten-year programme, and having overcome many of the complex challenges presented by the global pandemic, we have a unique opportunity to reflect on our experiences and refocus the core aims of our Strategy for the future.
Our successes in delivering an excellent educational experience and supportive environment for our students over the last few years are the result of your dedication and commitment. Hearing from you will be a crucial part of the refresh process.
Share Your Views
Everyone who delivers or supports learning and teaching at Imperial is invited to share their views and ideas for the Learning and Teaching Strategy.
We will be sharing the variety of ways in which you can join the consultation on this webpage.
Town Halls for Staff and Students
We have held a series of Town Hall meetings to allow the community to share their views and ideas:
- Friday 17 June, 14.00 – 15.30 (Online)
- Monday 20 June, 9.00 – 10.30 (Huxley Lecture Theatre 145, Huxley Building, South Kensington Campus)
Watch the recording of the 17 June session.