Support if you work in higher education
We’ve put together a list of resources and projects you may find useful if you work in higher education plus information on our degree accreditation and recognition.
Degree accreditation and recognition
Our accreditation of physics degrees and recognition of interdisciplinary and combined science degrees are important parts of our support for higher education.
Find out more about degree accreditation and recognition.
We facilitate the following networks with the aim of bringing together individuals in university departments to share experience and learning. Each group meets a number of times per year and agendas are set in discussion with network members.
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- Admissions tutors for physics degrees
- Directors of teaching and learning (or equivalents) responsible for an overview of physics degrees
- Heads of physics in the UK and Ireland. Or email [email protected] to find out more.
- PhD supervisors working with students studying in all fields of physics, geophysics or astrophysics
- Physics Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (LTHE): A network that was introduced in 2020 with the University of Liverpool. Please also see the archive meeting presentations discussing different practices in remote teaching and assessment.
This project recognises and rewards university departments and companies that have taken action to address the under-representation of women in physics.
Find out more about Project Juno.