The Part-Time Matters Campaign

Posted: 25/05/2013 by Verity Hilton in UALL News

The Part-Time Matters Campaign

The Part-Time Matters Campaign has been launched to promote part-time study following the dramatic fall in the number of such students choosing to enter higher education. The campaign aims to highlight some of the benefits of part-time study to the economy, society and the indivi

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UUK Review of part-time and mature higher education - UALL Response
2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE - A GREAT SUCCESS

Posted: 28/03/2013 by Verity Hilton in UALL News

2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE - A GREAT SUCCESS

The 2013 Annual Conference was held at the Calman Centre, University of Durham between 20 and 22 March with the theme: Who and what are universities for? Local Communities, Global competitiveness and the part-time student.

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Part-time numbers

Posted: 15/03/2013 by Verity Hilton in UALL News

Part-time numbers

Following the item on the decline in part-time numbers and Government's increasing concern, NIACE has published a special issue of Adults Learning to address this developing crisis. Among the contributors are UALL Chair, Mary Stuart, and UALL Editor, Bill Jones. See the online ed

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UALL 2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE - FULL CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
BIS - Part time and mature students

Posted: 28/02/2013 by Verity Hilton in UALL News

BIS - Part time and mature students

The Government department BIS is increasingly concerned about part-time and mature student numbers which have dropped by 30-50%. Both BIS and UUK have set up survey and advice groups, with UALL and other invited organisations providing evidence.

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