Over 170 delegates attended the 2016 NEON Summer Symposium, which took place on the 9th and 10th of June at the University of Leicester.
‘Rethinking Widening Access: How do we improve student outcomes across the lifecycle?’
With 2016 bringing major shifts in the focus in our field toward student outcomes alongside changes in funding, the 2016 Summer Symposium concentrated on how we as a community can shape this new and emerging agenda.
As well as having the opportunity to network with other colleagues, share practice and participate in a range of workshops, delegates enjoyed an impressive line-up of keynote speakers.
The 2016 Summer Symposium concentrated on identifying where progress is being made and where challenges exist in advancing widening access to HE work across the student lifecycle.
The NEON Summer Symposium – the event for widening access professionals you can’t afford to miss