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What works? Student retention and success change programme: Final conference and presentations


The What works? Student retention and success change programme is a Paul Hamlyn Foundation initiative working with the Higher Education Academy Action on Access and 13 UK universities across 43 discipline areas. The programme examined what works in terms of retention and success and crucially developed understanding about how to implement change. Read  the summary and full report here.

The conference took place on 11 April 2017 at the Cavendish Conference Centre London. The one-day event allowed delegates to share and discuss the findings and outcomes of the What works? Student retention and success change programme – Phase 2.

What works? conference presentations

Keynotes 10:00-11:20

Parallel presentations 11:30-12:15

Parallel workshops 13:00-13:45

Parallel presentations 13:50-14:35

Parallel presentations 15:00-15:45

what_works_conference_programme_final_v.5_0.pdf View Document
what_works_conference_-_book_of_abstracts_v.1.docx View Document
keynote_speaker_and_panellists_-_bios_0.docx View Document

The materials published on this page were originally created by the Higher Education Academy.