Go to the Students section
Go to the Staff section
Go to the Alumni section
Go to the Study here section
Go to the International section
Go to the About section
Go to the Research section
Go to the Business and Employers section
Go to the Support us section
Different functionalities of the system will go live at different times.
Staff will assist in submitting mock applications using the new system. These applications will then be processed “as if for real” by Admissions and other relevant teams within the University. This will be a large scale trial involving between 800-1,500 applications going through the new system. While the system will not be live at this stage, it will be configured and fully-functioning. This exercise will allow staff to interact with the system before it goes live and thus spot any outstanding issues or bugs. Participation of staff in this exercise will be determined through their managers and should you be required to take part, you will be notified well in advance.
At this stage, all necessary Programme and Module data will be in Banner. Only teams involved in creating and maintaining the student curriculum, such as teams within Student Central, will be using Banner at this point.
At this time, a new Applicant Portal will be accessible to people applying directly to study at Oxford Brookes in Sept. 2018 for courses beginning in Jan. 2019 and in all future starting sessions.
UAT commenced in February. Within this period, there will be a mock enrolment and module selection. Part of this testing will seek the participation of students.
At this point, all of the following areas of the system are live.
All students currently studying at Oxford Brookes have been moved to the new system. All the relevant staff, such as student advisors, academics and Student Central staff are able to access all the student information that they would typically require to support a student’s journey.
Banner’s functionality for Graduation management will be live at this point.
Banner’s functionality for assessment, exam committees and student progression.
The new system is up-and-running and being used as business as usual. However, eCSIS will remain live, as a back-up. Once the University is happy that Banner is working well, it will decide what archiving options to implement and finally a decision will be made to turn off eCSIS and dispose the hardware.
Training will take place as close to the Go-Live times as possible and colleagues who need to be trained will be contacted well in advance. To determine these times, the SRS Programme team will be liaising with heads of departments and directors to identify the best times to train people.