For some students, their individual circumstances can have a significant impact on their decision to go to university or college – and on their experience when they are there.  
Posted Wed 29 May 2024 - 15:38

Launched this week in the adviser portal, this new service enables trusted providers to showcase their outreach opportunities, so you can connect your students with relevant support throughout their discovery journey. These could include summer schools, mentoring programmes, academic support and much more… 

High-quality information, advice and guidance on pathways to university and available support is an essential bedrock to widening participation. With the impact of the cost-of-living crisis and lost learning from the pandemic, the demands on schools are huge.  

Teachers don’t have time to shop around for the most relevant and up-to-date information for their students and parents/carers. Resources such as the UCAS Outreach Connection Service can provide an essential ‘one-stop shop’ for schools and colleges.  

Susie Whigham, Chief Programmes and Communities Officer, The Brilliant Club 

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