College in Northamptonshire appoints new dean of higher education
The new appointment will have an important role to play in improving the student experience
A college in Northamptonshire has appointed a new dean of higher education (HE).
Moulton College, which already offers some university level degrees, is hoping to build on its higher education provision with the new appointment.
Cleeve Jenkins, who joined the college this summer, has worked in the sector for twenty years at colleges and universities across the UK.
He said: “Moulton is uniquely placed to offer a first class experience for all its students.
“I’m eager to work with our teaching staff, student support teams and careers advisors to ensure all of our HE students experience the very best we have to offer.
“My extensive experience made it easy to identify Moulton College as a fantastic opportunity to become one of the best HE institutions.
“It was clear to see from the moment I arrived at Moulton how fantastic the degree provision already is, yet there are always improvements that can be made.
“I’m honoured to have the opportunity to strengthen the existing team, and excited to begin working together to secure many more outstanding careers for our graduates.”
The new dean of higher education’s last role was a similar one at New College, Swindon where he oversaw the degree section of the college.
In his new role, Cleeve will look to build on the degree prospects and add to the animal management, construction and sport courses that are already offered at the college.
He will also play an important role in improving the student experience.
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