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How important are tutor/student relationships?
What affect do they have on students' learning?

Come to a seminar, supported by QAA, in association with the Access to HE Research Network on Thursday 3 July at the University of Leicester to find out more.

The Access to HE Research Network seminar: Access to HE tutors' and students' views of their relationships and how that affects students' learning will focus on the work of the Opening Doors team (opens in new window) at the University of Leicester and their research into Access to HE students and their experiences of their courses.

Dr Hugh Busher and Dr Nalita James of the University of Leicester will present their research findings, including information from tutors about their experiences of working with Access to HE students and delivering the course. We hope this will provide an opportunity to discuss an aspect of Access to HE provision which is vital to success, but rarely given attention in a public forum - the tutor/student relationship.

Entry to the seminar is free and open to anyone with an interest in the topic. Light refreshments will be available.

Go to the event site (opens in new window) to book now.

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