MMU launches film to aid students from ‘non-traditional backgrounds’ step into HE

The QAA have just published the report on a project they funded: Student Induction and Transition: Reciprocal Journeys, carried out by Alicia Prowse and Penny Sweasey from CELT. The project, described in an earlier post,  took academic staff from MMU to a local sixth-form college, and invited staff and students from the college back to the university. Their impressions and expectations were recorded and are summarised in the accompanying video, produced by Eleanor Hannan.

Do the experiences of these staff and students match your own? What actions do you, or might you, take to support transition into Higher Education? Do let us know.

Source: MMU launches film to aid students from ‘non-traditional backgrounds’ step into HE

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