Supporting International Students

Feedback at the University of Bedfordshire

Feedback is essential in our lifelong development, but its importance is perhaps greatest (and most visible) during out formal education: then, students should be primed to expect assessment feedback from knowledgeable others, and to develop the skills of self-assessment for themselves.

Guide to Teaching and Learning, University of Bedfordshire

Student dissatisfaction with feedback features prominently across the Higher Education sector and often relates to the delay of return, lack of dialogue, and perceived lack of relevance and usefulness. At the University of Bedfordshire, effective feedback should impact positively on learning.

Internal Resources

The Centre for Learning Excellence has developed a Feedback Community (available through BREO) that has guidance and tools to help you create feedback which is:

  • Active
  • Engaging
  • Reflective
  • Meaningful
  • Dialogic


Centre for Learning Excellence
University of Bedfordshire
University Square
Luton, Bedfordshire



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