ACTION ON ACCESS
Action on Access,¬†a support and change-management partnership organisation – a¬†national provider of coordination and support for furthering ¬†access,¬†widening participation and increasing student retention and success and progression through higher education across the UK since 1999.
* ¬† An essential first stop for you to stay current and involved in all the latest Widening Participation and access initiatives, news, events, resources, information, and networking.
* ¬† Acknowledged nationally as a go-to and organisation of choice for anyone working to widen participation, improve student success and ensure fair access to the sector.¬†We will work with you to combat educational inequality and to break the barriers that many learners face to access and succeed in higher education
* ¬† We are proud to have over eighteen years of experience, an excellent reputation, and an extensive network of experts and allied organisations and clients to deliver our work¬†.
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We provide¬†a highly-valued, well-used electronic event and publication platform to over 2,000 practitioners and regularly deliver bespoke individual guidance and support solutions to the sector.
Work with institutional leaders, managers¬†and practitioners, policy makers, funders, stakeholder groups and third sector organisations to¬†promote inclusivity and diversity, challenge exclusion,¬†lobby for the widest broadest possible access to higher education which will, in turn, contribute significantly to greater social mobility.
We have¬†the support of key organisations across the sector, see below.
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Action on Access¬†is proud to have strong strategic alliances and associations with
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