The @OfficeStudents (OfS) has today (9 Jul) published a briefing note looking at the practical ways in which universities, colleges and other organisations are continuing to support disadvantaged students through outreach programmes during the pandemic.
Through higher education outreach, universities and colleges work with schools, local authorities and third sector organisations to encourage people who might not have traditionally considered higher education to do so by raising awareness and expectations, challenging barriers and providing opportunities. However, coronavirus restrictions including school and university closures mean that many of these activities are not currently possible, requiring other ways to engage potential students.
@officestudents (OfS) has today published a briefing note looking at the range of different approaches that universities and colleges are taking to support disabled students during the pandemic.
Many disabled students already face challenges during their time in higher education that students without a known disability do not. In an Insight brief on disabled students published last year, the OfS highlighted that disabled students are less likely to continue their degrees, graduate with a good degree, and progress onto a highly skilled job or further study.
Sir Michael Barber has highlighted significant achievements secured at the @OfficeStudents (OfS) in an exchange of letters with Education Secretary @GavinWilliamson published today (24 Jun) which confirm that he will not seek a second term as chair.
The @officestudents (OfS) has today published a briefing note looking at the practical ways in which universities, colleges and other organisations are supporting students with their entry to the graduate job market during the pandemic.
With some employers having to make redundancies, freeze recruitment, and scale back graduate outreach as a result of COVID-19’s effect on the economy, many students are facing disruption to their plans for the future. Apprentices are also facing significant challenges, with recent research from the Sutton Trust suggesting that only 39 per cent of apprenticeships are continuing as normal.
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