Engage Watermark - Booking form

Thank you for your interest in the Engage Watermark. There are currently three levels of award (Gold, Silver and Bronze), each relating to a different stage that an institution has reached in its support for public engagement. After three years, institutions with a gold award can apply for the platinum level – evidencing a sustained commitment to public engagement. 

There are lots of benefits of applying for an award including:

  • Intelligence gathering about how well your institution supports engagement 
  • Benchmarking and evidencing progress over time
  • Reward and recognition for your commitment to embedding engagement into your institution  

The assessment can be applied at an institutional or faculty level. The costs for the assessment process in 2022 is £10,900.00 +VAT.

The fees include a comprehensive assessment of support for engagement; a report detailing areas of strength and weakness; support and advice as to how to move your work forward; the Watermark Award (including Award Certificate and Wall plaque); participation in the presentation event (exacts dates TBC); a licence to use the award for a 3 year period; and participation in the Watermark network of Engaged Universities/ Faculties.

N.B. Where an overnight stay is necessary for site visits, institutions will be required to cover the costs of accommodation.

Please note: To proceed with your application you will need to complete this booking form by the 3rd October 2022, and raise a purchase order for the Watermark fee within four weeks of your application, and not later than the 17th October 2022. Please note that the purchase order should be in the name of the University of the West of England (UWE). Please contact Jules Andrews jules.andrews@uwe.ac.uk for any further information required to set UWE up as a supplier.

On completion of this form and receipt of a purchase order number we will send you an outline of the Watermark process for 2022 including a timeline and key milestones that need to be met. Applicants unable to progress with their applicaiton within the time frame will have their award deferred.