Academic audit

Like all other New Zealand universities, Victoria participates in an academic audit process. Cycle Five focuses on teaching and learning and student support.

Cycle Five Audit Report (2014)

The 2014 academic audit commends Victoria for a large number of initiatives, particularly those focusing on Māori and Pasifika students.

Overall the University received 12 commendations from the panel covering areas such as commitment to teaching excellence, the strength of its strategic planning, engagement and partnership with students and its focus on retention and academic frameworks.

The audit commends good practice and makes recommendations intended to assist universities in their programmes of continuous improvement. Along with the commendations, Victoria received seven affirmations and eight recommendations.

To find out more about how the audit is run please download Cycle 5 Academic Audit Handbook (version 1) from the Academic Quality Agency (AQA) website.

Download the full report from the AQA website.

If you would like any further information about the academic audit process at Victoria please contact Martin Boswell.

Cycle Four Audit Report (2009)

The Cycle 4 academic audit at Victoria University of Wellington took place in August 2009. This audit focussed on the way internal processes support, monitor and enhance the achievement of outputs and outcomes.