Learning from international practice: what is mastersness?

Bamber Veronica, Val Belton, Paul Bennet, Christopher Coales, David Coates, Jane Denholm, Linda Drew, James Dunphy, Kevan Gartland, Heather Gibson, Cathy Lambert, Stephanie Miller, Helen O'Shea, Sue Rigby, Ian Robertson, Rebecca Stuart Maxwell

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    Abstract

    This short discussion paper is one of the outcomes from the Scottish Higher Education Enhancement Committee (SHEEC) project 'Learning from International Practice: The Postgraduate Taught Student Experience'. The project has been managed on behalf of SHEEC by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) Scotland. Prepared in discussion with staff and students in Scottish, other UK and international higher education institutions - and containing their thoughts and comments - it examines the concept of 'mastersness' and has also been cross-referenced to case study examples of practice designed to inculcate this
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherQuality Assurance Agency for Higher Education
    Commissioning bodyScottish Higher Education Enhancement Committee
    Number of pages22
    Volume554 09/13
    ISBN (Print)9781849799287
    Publication statusPublished - Jul 2013

    Keywords

    • mastersness
    • SHEEC
    • higher education
    • Scotland

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    Veronica, B., Belton, V., Bennet, P., Coales, C., Coates, D., Denholm, J., Drew, L., Dunphy, J., Gartland, K., Gibson, H., Lambert, C., Miller, S., O'Shea, H., Rigby, S., Robertson, I., & Stuart Maxwell, R. (2013). Learning from international practice: what is mastersness? Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education.