Simplification of the credit framework and harmonisation of credit tariffs are laudable aims in their own right, since the net result will be a credit framework more easily navigable for students. The University should be doing its utmost to enable all students to move seamlessly between academic departments without requiring minor credit 'top-ups' to accommodate differing tariffs which add significant load to academic colleagues at Faculty level empowered to approve such requests and significant administrative work on module diets, assessment loads etc. for professional services colleagues. Reconciliation of tariffs to a greater degree would release significant resource currently employed seeking and facilitating work-arounds, resulting in greater efficiency, as well as a significantly improved student experience.
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