The University of Greenwich has recently successfully completed their TESTA@Greenwich pilot. The TESTA team worked with five programmes: Education Studies, Childhood Studies, Forensic Science, Media and Communications and History. The experience was described as positive, painless and valuable for programme review process. TESTA@Greenwich also involved five Students as Change Agents (SCA) from undergraduate and MA courses who helped with aspects of the research process as well as participated in production of student facing resources. It was recognised that TESTA has a potential to raise institutional awareness and be a trigger for change of pedagogical practice. Throughout the duration of the pilot over 33% of students on the programmes actively participated in the process, there were over 1000 view blogs as well as over 250 YouTube views, which demonstrates the impact of the pilot. With changes made to the initial design to fit the Greenwich context, the intention is to use TESTA as a mechanism for change in feedback and assessment practices across the university through embedding it into the review process. Support will be provided in terms of data collection, analysis and training (for both staff and future SCA) but also with implementing agreed changes, hence leading to possible curriculum co-design projects. Additionally the data from the TESTA programmes will feed into the development of the Assessment Hub and the creation of gallery of good practice.