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Development of pilot interventions with BAME students


Now the focus group phase of this project is almost complete. AccessHE and the Prepare to Succeed partners met yesterday to discuss phase 2. AccessHE will lead work with a smaller group of up to 10 Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students at each HEI to develop a pilot IAG project based on the […]

Student Ambassador Conference 2016 Survey


Evaluation of the Student Ambassador Conference 2016 is underway.  To help us evaluate the event and to inform future events we would appreciate all student ambassadors who attended the event to complete this survey. By completing this survey, student ambassadors will be entered into a prize draw to win one of five £10 Amazon vouchers.  […]

STEAM Expo for Year 8 students


Two member HEIs, London South Bank University and Rose Bruford College, met to plan the forthcoming STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) Expo for Year 8 pupils in Lewisham and Southwark.  As well as moving around a carousel of themed workshops guided by HEI student ambassadors, pupils will take part in a range of interactive […]

Year 10 Expo – booking open!


On Wednesday 27 April 2016 AccessHE will be holding an Expo for Year 10 students in Bloomsbury, central London. The event will provide Year 10 students who have the potential to progress to higher education with the chance to find out from AccessHE member universities about the opportunities available to them Post 16 and in higher education. […]

The Arts & Design Network – teacher meeting 16 March – a few places left!


We would like to invite teachers and careers advisers to join us over tea and cake on Wednesday 16 March from 4.30 pm in Central London to help us plan free CPD events around progression to higher education in Arts & Design and the Performing Arts. This meeting is part of a new programme led […]

Evidence and Evaluation and Impact London


The Evidence and Evaluation forum recently welcomed their new chair Matt Hiely-Rayner, Head of Planning at Kingston University London.  With a wealth of experience in the area, Matt delivered a successful meeting where members discussed the Higher Education Green Paper and the next steps regarding the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) and its proposed metrics. Colleagues […]

Prepare to Succeed. Focus groups underway!


Over the last few weeks, focus groups at RVC, GSM London, Kingston University and the University of Greenwich have been carried out with groups of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students. Over the next two weeks further focus groups will be held at LSE, LSBU, St Mary’s University, Twickenham and UCL. Once completed, AccessHE will […]

Proud to be an ambassador! Valuing and communicating the role 


Student Ambassador Conference 2016 Yesterday, GSM London hosted the second AccessHE Student Ambassador Conference 2016, an event for ambassadors by ambassadors.  The evening was a great success with over 40 attendees from ten Higher Education Institutions including Brunel University London, University of Greenwich, University of Hull, Kingston University London, London Metropolitan University, London School of […]