Next week, the final group of UCL students will be trained to undertaken qualitative research with diverse BAME communities across London. Once trained, the students will talk to senior figures in different communities about what success looks like for the young people in their area of London and the role education plays within this.
Overall, 10 students will be trained to undertake this timely and important research work. The report from BAME Learners in London will be discussed at the AccessHE BAME Conference in December 2016.
For more information about this project, please contact Project Coordinator Alex Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org.