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Reflections on the AccessHE Annual Conference 2018 with BT


  On Thursday 20 September, AccessHE welcomed 83 delegates to BT Centre in St Paul’s and the AccessHE Annual Conference 2018 with BT. Presented with a full programme (PDF, 836 KB) of speakers, discussions, panels and networking opportunities, delegates were empowered to share their challenges in widening access in London, learn from each other, sit alongside […]

Preparing for hyper-diversity: London’s Student Population in 2030


Last week, we launched the report ‘Preparing for hyper-diversity: London’s student population in 2030’, at our Annual Conference 2018 with BT: Social Mobility and Higher Education in London. This report is the first to project demand for higher education (HE) among young London students, based on their ethnicity or socioeconomic position. Base rates of total number of […]

Welcoming Teni to the AccessHE London NCOP team


AccessHE is excited to welcome a new member of staff to the Team – Teni Disu who joined the London NCOP team in mid-August as NCOP Intern. Teni graduated from Queen Mary University of London, studying Medieval History. After graduating, Teni signed up to and successfully completed a Digital Marketing Strategy and Social Media Marketing course […]

Introducing AccessHE Online for 2018-19 with added HEAT functionality


Launched in November 2017, the AccessHE Online project has seen some exciting developments to enable learners from different backgrounds learn about different courses and opportunities at higher education level. Designed to be accessed on desktop or even mobile devices, AccessHE Online enables innovative outreach engagement to take place outside of the classroom when and where […]

Introducing the London NCOP Careers Fair 2018


Monday 19 November 2018  |  The Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London   Think back to when you were between 14-19 years old. Did you know what sort of career you wanted? Had you identified which employment sector was for you? Did you have some sort of event that enabled you to find out more about […]

Students of Colour launch


As part of AccessHE Week 2018, the AccessHE BAME forum launched Students of Colour: a collection of personal stories told by a diverse range of students from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds.

When Greater Manchester came to London: #WeAreNCOP Year 12 Summer School


Working in collaboration with Greater Manchester Higher and involving students and staff from members, earlier this month AccessHE delivered a very successful three-day residential Summer School for 23 year 12 students from eight schools/colleges from the Greater Manchester area as part of the National Collaborative Outreach Programme (NCOP).