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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 […]

Capital Access Project – Year 8 Expos


Four Capital Access Project HEIs (London Metropolitan University, Middlesex University, Royal Veterinary College and the University of Hull) met last month to plan the various interactive workstations they will be delivering at April’s STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Expo specifically targeted at students on FSM/PPG. Hosted by London Metropolitan University, the event will see […]

The Arts & Design Network – working in partnership to support young people progress to higher education in the arts & design.


AccessHE have been busy behind the scenes, meeting with local cultural partners, existing arts networks and teachers, garnering support for The Arts & Design Network’s programme of events and sourcing content for our new online resource. Next term will see our Higher Education Institutions working in partnership with local networks to design and plan free […]

AccessHE Online Project – Two new courses: Photography and Mathematics


Work has commenced on two further online courses. Kingston University London and the University of West London (UWL) have joined forces to produce a Photography course targeted at KS4 learners. Students will learn about the world of photography covering the main areas of photojournalism, editorial and fine art photography. The key skills taught on photography […]

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BAME students focus group work at GSM London tomorrow


Focus groups are being held at GSM London tomorrow as part of the AccessHE ‘Prepare to Succeed’ project which works to improve student outcomes for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Learners in London. 50 students from BAME groups will discuss their own experiences of pre-entry information, advice and guidance (IAG) with the long term goal of developing […]

Over 200 Year 8 students signed up to attend STEM Expo


At the planning meeting last week for the first of our Capital Access Project Year 8 Expos, the four HEIs involved (London Metropolitan University, Middlesex University, Royal Veterinary College and the University of Hull) were delighted to learn that c.12 schools across Brent, Camden, Hackney and Islington have signed up over 200 Year 8s from under-represented backgrounds to take part in the Year 8 STEM […]

Creative courses events for teachers and career advisors


The AccessHE Arts & Design Network are planning events which will offer teachers and careers advisors from schools in London the opportunity to hear directly from those working in higher education what they are looking for in applications to creative courses, and from creative industry professionals on employment opportunities in the sector. Building on the results […]

BAME focus groups at Kingston today


Focus groups are being held at Kingston University London today as part of the AccessHE ‘Prepare to Succeed’ project which works to improve student outcomes for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Learners in London. 50 students from BAME groups will discuss their own experiences of pre-entry information, advice and guidance (IAG) with the long term goal […]

‘Life after university’ event for care leavers


London South Bank University has kindly offered to host the AccessHE ‘Life after university’ event for care leavers currently in HE which is currently being planned for November 2016.  Member HEIs are reminded to send AccessHE an indication of the number of care leavers in their institution to support the planning of this event.