The Access, Success and the Student Lifecycle: An International Perspective

  • Date

    11/11/2014

  • Location/Venue

    central London

  • Time

    1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

We are moving into another new phase in the development of widening access work in England, as we start to focus with greater energy on the progression of learners from under-represented groups into, through and out of HE. NEON wants to develop its work to support the access community to meet these new challenges. This seminar will look at how we can link outreach, learning and teaching and employability work in HE to support underrepresented groups across the student lifecycle. It looks at the challenge and innovation in both England and internationally.

We are delighted to welcome a guest speaker Professor June Pym, Director of the Education Development Unit, University of Cape Town.

This seminar is FREE for NEON members (£80 fee for non-members).

Initially, organisations will be limited to one place per institution. Additional delegates can be added to a reserve list by contacting Alex Hall.

The Access, Success and the Student Lifecycle: An International Perspective – draft programme.