Posted: by Alice Reynolds in Higher Education

UALL Awards Scheme 2014-2015

We are delighted to announce the 2014-15 round of the UALL Awards Scheme - please see the Awards Flyer. The Awards began during the recession, when the gloomy news for lifelong learning tended to obscure some very good and creative programmes in UALL member universities. The aim was to celebrate the real creativity and impact which were being achieved around the HE sector.

Since then the Award Scheme has prospered, with each year revealing new projects and programmes in community projects, widening participation and dedicated provision for special groups.  Every year the short listing and final award decisions are a real headache for the adjudicators, given the quality of the submissions. The winner receives the coveted glass plaque in a ceremony at the Annual Conference dinner.

Entry is open to any department or group within a university - the only proviso is the university should be a member of UALL.

If you are interested in making a submission, please contact Lucy Bate or phone  07717 178 247. The deadline for submissions is 31st October 2014.

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