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Nicola Parsons

Programme Manager (Undergraduate)


Nicola Parsons is the Undergraduate Programme Manager in the Department of Informatics,  at King's College London. Nicola is responsible for the day-to-day delivery, long-term planning and strategic development of administrative support for undergraduate programmes in the Department. This includes:

  • Leading the Education Team in the Department of Informatics
  • Managing the Undergraduate Senior Programme Officer and supporting the Undergraduate Programme Officers
  • Provision of administrative processes for all teaching and assessment tasks
  • Management and co-ordination of undergraduate assessment within the student lifecycle, ensuring processes are completed in line with College regulations and guidelines
  • Programme and module development
  • Enhancing student feedback mechanisms and student experience
  • Supporting the implementation of innovations in the Informatics undergraduate programmes
  • Supporting teaching and learning objectives by assisting the Head of Education with programme and module development and approval, quality assurance and accreditation
  • Secretary to the Department Education Committee (DEC)

The Faculty of Natural, Mathematical and Engineering Sciences is based in the heart of London with a long tradition of world-leading research and teaching in physics, mathematics, chemistry, computer science and engineering. With nearly 5,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students and around 350 academic and research staff, our ambition is to inspire, educate and innovate - fostering the next generation of scientists and future leaders.