All Nations' staff and students receive glowing endorsement from The Open University

4 August 2021

The Open University's official review of All Nations' Academic Programmes 2020–21 sees staff and students performing strongly and ready to take on the challenges of an academic year disrupted by the pandemic.

"ANCC continues to offer exemplary standards of teaching provision, assessment and examination and pastoral support to its students. Student performance this year has been strong, and the external examiners’ reports have been very complementary. Exam boards were thorough and the procedures around them robust. Students have reported their satisfaction with the support offered to them during the pandemic. It looks as if student numbers are set to rise for the coming academic year. The staff should be congratulated on the performance of the college this year."

The Open University

This comes after both the addition of a new MA pathway to the postgraduate programmes, an MA in Staff Care and Wellbeing, and flexible and distributed learning (FDL) as a mode of delivery for Level 6 of the undergraduate award, BA (Hons) Biblical and Intercultural Studies, integrated with the currently validated campus-based delivery mode. 

This is a fantastic encouragement to the All Nations community and one that will propel staff and students into a brighter, more hopeful year.

For further information, please contact Andy Dipper: or 01920 443500


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