Sustainability for AccessHE Creative

February 3, 2017

Following the end of the NNCO funding period in December 2016, AccessHE is delighted to announce that funding for the continuation of the AccessHE Creative Network has been secured for 2017.

Currently 9 of our member HEIs are committed to investing in taking the project forward as the Network aims to expand its reach and deliver collaborative work aimed at supporting access to creative higher education courses for those from under-represented backgrounds.

Plans for future work include developing the AccessHE Creative Online resource further by adding more resources, creating a training package on HE progression advice for London cultural organisations, and building on links with schools and colleges through bespoke subject specific guidance sessions for specialist arts staff supporting young people into creative HE courses.

AccessHE and our Creative Network HEI partners are keen to get going with these plans and more information on upcoming events and activities will be advertised through both the AccessHE and Creative sites.

If you are interested in signing up for free to be a member of the AccessHE Creative Network, click here or email