Landscape Architecture specialist to advise on standards in Higher Education

An expert in Landscape Architecture at University of Gloucestershire has been appointed to an influential role by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), an independent charity that reviews standards and quality of course programmes at universities.

David Booth (pictured below), Senior Lecturer in Landscape Architecture within the University’s School of Arts, is the new Deputy Chair for the QAA’s panel of UK experts advising on the nature of study and academic standards – known as Subject Benchmark Statements (SBS) – expected of graduates from Landscape Architecture programmes.

David Booth, Senior Lecturer in Landscape Architecture within the University’s School of Arts

A strong focus for the group will be setting out how themes of Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity, Accessibility, Sustainability, and Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, are expected to be integrated with Higher Education courses in Landscape Architecture. You can read more about this story on the University website.

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