9. Meeting Strategic Objectives IV: Learning and Teaching – Admissions and Access

Again OUCS is not directly affected by this strategic objective as it does not deal with admissions, nor is it involved in student recruitment. However, as noted above any major change in the size or demographic of the student body will possibly affect the demands on some of the services offered by OUCS. For example, increased recruitment of international students will necessitate seamless access to the Universities from increasing numbers of remote sites. In addition, changes to the admissions process and recording of student data may also impact on our services. We will ensure that the core services can meet any changes in demand. Moreover, OUCS is proactively working with Student Systems, and will participate in the ongoing review of student administration and services.

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