Student and staff projects


Photos of staff during a learning lab session

Student Academic Partners (SAP) provides an opportunity to integrate students into the academic community of the University. It generates a sense of ownership and pride in the institution and its programmes through a scheme that provides students and staff with a direct opportunity to work collaboratively to strengthen learning and teaching at the University for the benefit of all. 

Over the past nine years SAPs have delivered over 500 projects and employed over 1500 students, and has impacted upon the learning experience across the University in a wide variety of areas.  

The closing dates for applications is Friday 23 November 2018. 

Funding will provide each project with up to 100 hours of student employment.  However, we are happy to consider bids that require more than this. Students will be employed through Manpower.

Applications will need to show the benefits of partnership with students and the potential for significant impact on the student learning experience through the provision of data (explaining the reason for the project and how they will judge the project to be successful).

Download further information on student engagement funding.

To speak to someone about SAP or StAMP, please contact Elodie Wakerley.