I'm always trying to differentiate our students, and provide a challenge to every one of every ability.
Challenge is an intrinsic part of university. We should be challenging students in many different dimensions so that they grow.
Study Abroad is challenging and challenge makes you get out of your comfort zone and experience something different, which can be useful for the future.
Challenge is important in education because outside of the University it defines the workplace. We challenge our students to become active learners rather than consumers of information.
I think university is the perfect time for students to challenge themselves that’s going to be more and more important for them when they leave university.
If we're not challenged, we don't find anything out about ourselves and we don't find anything out about the world that we live in.
International experiences are really important for challenging students, because it takes them out of their comfort zone. Living in a different country for a while is a really important experience to have; it’s a good way to challenge yourself.
Challenge in education is about real world application. It doesn’t matter what career you are going into - the dynamics are going to be the same: collaborative teamwork and using analytical skills towards getting real outputs and real progress are paramount.
Challenge is important! You think better when you’re under pressure, you think more clearly and you find unique ways to get your message across. If everything were easy, it wouldn’t be that much fun and you wouldn’t grow as a person.
I think students usually thrive if they are stretched. If they’re given things to do which take them outside of their comfort zone which makes them work a little bit harder, think a little bit faster, strive a little bit more.
By rising to the challenge of delivering better management information to make the decisions which will fulfil our ambitions.