This one-day symposium at Birmingham City University brings together findings from three QAA funded projects and the longitudinal Leverhulme ‘Paired Peers’ project to explore the factors that make the transition experiences of non-traditional HE entrants successful. The event is relevant to practitioners across the disciplines who are either preparing students for HE or supporting students in the early stages of HE progression. The day will provide practical opportunities to review and evaluate your current practice (individual, departmental, institutional) and to design take away actions for development.
Keynote: The Paired-Peers Project – Richard Waller University of Western England
Click here: QAA Transitions Event Birmingham to download the full information.
Tuesday 1st December
Birmingham City University
Curzon Building C502/503
To reserve your place please contact Wendy.Ross@bcu.ac.uk