Access and Participation
Explore our blogs that talk about everything access and participation from outreach to graduation.
Supporting students from Care Experienced backgrounds – our wholistic approach
Last week’s HEPI blog highlighted the recent Unite Foundation and UCAS ‘Next Steps Report’, which highlights potential and ambition of young people leaving care, together with the challenges they can face when exploring university options. It provided a helpful opportunity...
Bath Outreach Programme Wins Social Mobility Award
Representatives from the Widening Access and Participation team were over the moon to receive their award for University Access Initiative of the Year from the Student Social Mobility Awards at the House of Lords yesterday evening. The Pathway to Bath...
Vice Chancellor's Outreach Awards 2022
Congratulations to the winners of the Vice Chancellor's Outreach Awards! In total 29 award nominations were received, and the judging panel had great difficulty selecting the final winner for each award. Winners were announced by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Ian White...
The University of Bath is shortlisted for NEON Awards
The Widening Access Team are delighted to be celebrating 3 nominations in the 2022 NEON Awards. There are seven categories in the NEON Awards, and this year, the University of Bath have been successfully shortlisted in three of them:...
Outreach has supported Bath to make significant progress on Access and Participation targets
As we finish another admissions cycle we begin to reflect back on a very turbulent time for the students that are about to enter Bath. Students entering Bath this summer began their sixth form studies in 2019 with the same...
Collaborative launch of new programmes to help prospective university students make informed decisions
For the last few years, the Student Recruitment and Widening Participation Teams at Bath have worked together to deliver a series of annual Summer Schools to support students thinking about their university options. It is clear that experiences like these can be...