UCAS' response to HE Green Paper

Posted Fri 6 November 2015 - 10:57
Mary Curnock Cook, UCAS’ Chief Executive said: “UCAS supports the focus on tackling disadvantage in access to HE set out in the Green Paper. Our Corporate Strategy makes clear our commitment to using admissions data to support widening participation and social mobility.

Mary Curnock Cook, UCAS’ Chief Executive said: “UCAS supports the focus on tackling disadvantage in access to HE set out in the Green Paper. Our Corporate Strategy makes clear our commitment to using admissions data to support widening participation and social mobility.

“As the Green Paper acknowledges, we already publish extensive data and analysis about access and progression to higher education. We’ll continue to work enthusiastically with the government and the sector to support better education outcomes for under-represented groups."

 

Notes to editors

UCAS is a charity that provides information, advice and admissions services to support progression in education. 

Using data and analysis to support non-traditional learners and those from disadvantaged backgrounds who have the potential to benefit from HE is a specific objective in our Corporate Strategy.

We provide a wide range of data resources and services that support most research questions about admissions into higher education.

For more information please contact communications@ucas.ac.uk or call the press office on 01242 545469.

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