We have teams of people dedicated to widening participation (WP) to higher education.
We work hard to ensure people from groups under-represented in higher education are given the same opportunities as others. We’re proud that the social complexion of our student body is much less skewed that many other top universities.
Widening participation is important across the whole student life-cycle. We start with our established outreach programme, and go on to support current students to enable them to succeed, make the most of student life and, importantly, achieve a good degree outcome and go on to appropriate employment or further study.
How we do we do it? We work really closely in collaboration with stakeholders, including but not limited to: schools and colleges, HE providers, local authorities, NHS trusts and other educational stakeholders across the eastern region. We’re super proud of our co-sponsor role at City Academy Norwich, supporting their students via intensive programmes.
Students can click on their year of entry above to see the plan relevant to them. You can also see the 2021-22 fee summary table for the University as committed to in our plan by following the link below.
UEA is committed to monitoring and adjusting our approach to widening access to participation to ensure we are making a positive impact. You can view our most recent Impact Report, agreed with the Office for Students, below.
UEA publish data on student admissions and outcomes data for different student groups – it’s called a transparency return and you can view it below.
To do all of those things, we use a lot of data. Read more about what data we need and how we handle it.
No problem. If you want to know anything else about our WP work just get in touch with us at: email@example.com.