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Thematic TLG institutional work - year 3 topics

The content below indicates the various topics that institutions will be covering as part of their work on the Student Transitions Enhancement Theme, as highlighted in their Year 3 Institutional Plans. 


Key progression points

Scotland's Rural College

Learning technologies

University of Strathclyde

Level 2 to level 3 transitions in undergraduate studies

University of Dundee

Managing transition

Heriot-Watt University

Online learning and student transitions

Abertay University

Postgraduate

Glasgow Caledonian University
University of St Andrews
University of the West of Scotland

Postgraduate taught

Glasgow School of Art

Returning to learning

Scotland's Rural College

Student engagement

Abertay University

Student engagement and managing expectations

University of Aberdeen

Student identity and belonging

Queen Margaret University

Student resilience

University of Edinburgh
Open University in Scotland
Queen Margaret University
University of St Andrews

Student wellbeing and mental health

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland


Students with disabilities

Abertay University

Technology and online support

Glasgow Caledonian University
Open University in Scotland

Transition and induction

University of the Highlands and Islands

Transition from passive to active learning

Heriot-Watt University

Transitions into higher education

Open University in Scotland

Transition into university

Heriot-Watt University

Transition to postgraduate taught

University of the Highlands and Islands

Transitions into, through and out of postgraduate studies

University of Dundee

Transitions of international students

Abertay University

Transitions out

Glasgow School of Art
Robert Gordon University
University of Strathclyde

Widening access

Open University in Scotland
Robert Gordon University
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
University of Stirling

Widening participations and induction activities

University of Aberdeen

Work-related learning

University of Aberdeen