'Student engagement through partnership' forms part of Advance HE's review of the Student Success Framework and centres around a literature review. This review of the literature from 2017-2022, synthesises evidence about student engagement through partnership and its demonstrable impacts on students’ outcomes and experiences in higher education.
Student-staff partnerships are reciprocal initiatives where students can take joint responsibility for directing their learning and development, and staff can benefit from student expertise in being a current learner in higher education.
The review by Northumbria University focuses on peer-reviewed journal articles about student engagement through partnership, with an emphasis on partnerships that impact students beyond just the partners themselves.
Find out more about Advance HE's review of the Student Success Framework here.
Advance HE members can download Student engagement through partnership: a literature review below.
Internationalisation and students' outcomes or experiences
Another strand of Advance HE's review of the Student Success Framework, 'Internationalisation and students’ outcomes or experiences: A review of the literature 2011-2021' illustrates 11 dominant themes in internationalisation literature since 2011, which are categorised according to their level of demonstrable impact on students.