The Centre for Higher Education Research and Practice (CHERP) facilitates the progression and implementation of Learning and Teaching priorities in collaboration with other key players within the institution.

In progressing its work, CHERP will draw mainly on existing resources but will create new configurations, groupings and networks, as appropriate, to ensure a focused, informed and co-ordinated approach in addressing themes and issues.

CHERP will keep colleagues informed of developments in Higher Education, nationally and internationally, creating opportunities for staff to engage with research and practice in a variety of contexts, and promoting developments across boundaries, whether within academic practice or involving collaboration with colleagues in areas of learning support.

CHERP's guiding aim

To promote a learning experience that is enriching, distinctive, challenging and addresses the needs and aspirations of students and staff at Ulster University.

CHERP provides

CHERP priorities

In this section

SLaTE

SLaTE, Ulster University's Strategy for Learning and Teaching Enhancement is an agile framework that enables us to develop and deliver policy aims and objectives and fund support projects that deliver quality enhancement in education.

Meet the CHERP Team

Meet the CHERP staff members, visiting professors and honorary fellows.

Membership of CHERP

Information about our internal L&T community of practice (CoP)