Recruitment and admissions in HE
Equitable student recruitment is key to advancing opportunity and creating a diverse student population.
Recruitment and admissions in colleges
Equitable student recruitment is key to advancing opportunity and creating a diverse student population in your college.
Widening participation and equality
Widening participation strategies (WP) help underrepresented groups to access further or higher education to continue their education.
Articulation and equality
Understanding how different articulation students progress can help you advance equality of opportunity for students whatever their protected characteristic.
Attracting and increasing student diversity
Increasing student diversity across a range of equality characteristics and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Inclusive learning and teaching
Provide support, adjustments and inclusive learning materials.
Pregnant students, prospective and current parents
Ensure that your students are not discriminated against on the grounds of pregnancy or maternity.
Embedding equality in student services
Improve the student service experience in your institution through data collection, analysis and commuication.
Degree attainment gaps
The degree attainment gap is the difference in ‘top degrees’ awarded to different groups of students. The biggest differences are found by ethnic background.
Many groups are underrepresented in the general workforce and key professions. Universities and colleges can work to improve employability for all graduates.
Supporting disabled learners to realise their potential in colleges
Disabled learners are clustered in lower SCQF levels. Colleges can take actions to improve their attainment and progression.