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Student Experience Network conference 2019

Student Experience Network conference 2019

The Universities’ Association for Lifelong Learning (UALL) Student Experience Network invites you to:

Creative Approaches to Lifelong Learning: Perspectives on the mature student’s journey through higher education and beyond

Our annual one-day event, taking a holistic approach to the experiences of part time, mature and widening participation learners throughout their higher education journey, from first contact through to post-graduation.

What to expect:  This will be a participative, collaborative event to share creative ideas and good practice: ‘what works’ (or not!). 

We will have focused discussions around three key areas. Topics for this year are:

Building supportive relationships Maintaining wellbeing Lifelong support for lifelong learners

Come prepared to bring and share your own experiences and practice. 

Wednesday 22 May 2019  10.30am – 4.15pm 

Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield

Fee:

£50.00 (£65.00 if your institution is not a member of UALL. If unsure please contact Alice Reynolds, UALL Administrator - admin@uall.ac.uk). 

 Includes lunch and refreshments. Payment can be made online or an invoice can be requested during the booking process.

For more information and to book your place visit:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/creative-approaches-to-lifelong-learning-perspectives-on-the-mature-students-journey-through-higher-tickets-57396703084%20

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