Presentation on theme: "Lifelong learning sustainability development project Designing in retention: good practice in transition, progression and retention Evelyne Rugg, Director."— Presentation transcript:
Lifelong learning sustainability development project Designing in retention: good practice in transition, progression and retention Evelyne Rugg, Director of HE Policy
Acknowledgements Kenneth Umeh, Student Support Officer, Law Jeannette Nicholas, Admissions Tutor, Law Frances Nugent, Information Analyst, Planning UW Students’ Union Westminster Group of Associate Colleges Colleagues running Level 3 feeder pathways
Changing contexts 2012 –BIS and the emergent £12bn public purse burden –Admissions targets: quota and off-quota –Over recruitment and HEFCE fines –Progession agreements FE to HE within FECs –HND and FD pathway demand for bespoke L6 –Mature students and the future of Access to HE –PT modes of study and PT loans –Impacts of the younger student demographic –The London factors
FT First Degree demographics: Law and Business WhiteBlackIndianPakistani or Bangladesh i NHigh SEC Lower Sec Law 28.3%14.3%12.9%29.7%72757.4%42.6% WBS 25.2%17.1%18.3%21.5%164149.3% 50.7%
Westminster: challenges in shaping the future of professional life –Designing in transition from L3 to L4 –Mapping progression –Competence based learning habits –Transition to independent student learning –Cohorting young home-based dependents –Self-reliance and professionalism –Ethics, responsibility and co-dependences
What works ? –Raising the bar –Student ambassador roles –Social networks –Summer schools –Saturday events –Revision sessions –Selection processes –Joint teaching -- Publishing outcomes -Collaborative targets
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