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Two frameworks have been developed to help articulate the objectives and activities of the enhancement theme. They are intended to be a tool to support dialog.


The first framework (the phase framework) provides a longitudinal context, recognising that achieving a step-improvement across the university system in access, outcomes and opportunity for Māori students and for Pasifika students (while maintaining, or increasing, quality and without reducing access) will likely not be achieved in the immediate period of the enhancement theme.


The second focuses on the enhancement phase of Cycle 6 Academic Audit. It is based on the Scottish Student Transitions Enhancement Theme: Logic Model. The support of QAA Scotland in allowing its use and Professor Roni Bamber and Dr John Bamber for guidance on how such a model might work in New Zealand is gratefully acknowledged.

Enhancement Theme Framework One


Enhancement Theme Framework Two

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