Find out more about major curriculum initiatives taking place across the University, explore the principles that underpin our approach to curriculum development, or find helpful resources to support your activity.
Curriculum development at Bath is underpinned by a set of key principles. They guide the ongoing development of our UG and PGT courses, encompassing a wide range of teaching and learning themes that are relevant across our provision, whilst also allowing departments to adopt a particular focus to curriculum innovation.
Read more about our fundamental principles for curriculum design and development below.
Articulate a course-wide approach to learning
We approach the design of course content, delivery, and assessment from a coherent set of course intended learning outcomes.Read more
Embrace assessment for learning
An introduction to the key features and benefits of Assessment for Learning and its impact on teaching and learning.Read more
Support the needs of all learners
We support the design of inclusive curricula in which all students can develop a sense of belonging, purpose, and identity.Read more
Key areas of activity
Find out more about major curriculum initiatives.
Curriculum Transformation is a major initiative to redesign all UG and PGT courses at Bath, embedding key curriculum principles across all of our provision.Read more
Vertically Integrated Projects
The Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) concept is an innovative student education programme which is currently being explored at Bath.Read more
Embed citizenship and sustainability
Our aim is to embed citizenship and sustainability in curricula across the University, encouraging students to develop a lifelong sense of social responsibility, citizenship and sustainable activity which they can draw upon throughout their time in Bath and beyond.Read more
Writing Intended Learning Outcomes
Find all you need to know about Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) on this page. You'll also find resources to help you write your course and unit level ILOs.Read more