Access to HE Quality Development Network Seminars
Access in the mainstream: the Diploma, the tariff, and student number controls
In the summer of 2015, the Access to HE Diploma finally found its place in the UCAS tariff system. During that year, registrations on Access to HE courses continued to rise, despite the reduction in the number of mature students entering higher education. This autumn, student number controls on recruitment to higher education have been lifted, with as yet unknown consequences for adult progression.
This programme of seminars will provide information about how the UCAS tariff works for the Access to HE Diploma. It will also be an important opportunity to discuss what more should be done to maximise opportunities for adults to study and succeed in higher education, and what role the Access to HE Diploma should play in that. At each event there will be a panel of experts from further and higher education and national agencies. Participants will have the opportunity to listen to the views of the panel, ask questions and engage in the discussion.
The seminars are being held on:
- Tuesday 17 November - London
- Thursday 26 November - Leeds
They will start at 13:00 and will end around 16:30. There will be a charge of £50 per person, which includes a light lunch.
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