Inspiring (I3B)

Develop a culture where our students are treated as early career professionals as they progress through their course; developing professional pride, resilience and tenacity in pursuing their career goals.


Through the type of engagement that we have with our students and the patterns and styles of assessment we will ensure that resilience and tenacity are developed throughout their time with us.

By 2015 a culture of defining BU as a community will have been established and the practice of treating PG and final year UG students as early career professionals will have been developed.

Final year undergraduate students by the nature of their learning development and the structure of their courses tend to have more flexibility in their learning and greater opportunity to undertake project work. These factors define a different style of engagement and will provide a platform for their professional formation and for treating them as early career professionals.

Key Performance Indicator:

5. % Graduate employability