Engaged Learning

Engaged Learning, also called community-based learning or service learning, gives students the opportunity to apply skills and knowledge from their academic studies to a real-world question, by working in partnership with community organisations through a variety of methods including consultancy, placements and co-production. 

Projects are mutually beneficial with a range of benefits for students, community partners and the University including:   

The Careers Service and BILT facilitate the Engaged Learning Community, a peer support network for academics and professional service staff interested in engaged learning opportunities.

To learn more about the Engaged Learning Community, see case studies and useful resources as well as how the Engaged Learning team can support you please visit the Engaged Learning intranet pages.

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