UALL Response to HEFCE Consultation on Student Number Controls & Teaching Funding
New Gov website - Education

Posted: 28/04/2012 by Alice Reynolds in UALL News

New Gov website - Education

The “Directgov” website will be replaced later this year by www.gov.uk. Please could you click onto “Education” on this new website, and follow the links through for information about student finance, part time study etc. If you see any gaps in the information provided, please co

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Leaflet for part-time students

Posted: 21/04/2012 by Alice Reynolds in UALL News

Leaflet for part-time students

DBIS in consultation with UALL and other stakeholders, is developing an information leaflet and guidance materials on financial support for part-time students. The aim of the project is to widen part-time participation in HE. DBIS has invited suggestions from HEIs for case studie

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UALL Awards 2012 - Winner Announced!

Posted: 31/03/2012 by Alice Reynolds in UALL News

UALL Awards 2012 - Winner Announced!

The Open University in Wales' Access to Education for Carers Project was announced as the winner of the UALL Awards 2012 and three runners up were also awarded certificates at the UALL Annual Conference Dinner in Cambridge last week. Read more.

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Now on Facebook

Posted: 16/03/2012 by Alice Reynolds in UALL News

Now on Facebook

UALL now has a Facebook page. Like us, comment and share information about forthcoming events, issues and news in lifelong learning.

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Higher Education for the social good?

Posted: 16/03/2012 by Alice Reynolds in UALL News

Higher Education for the social good?

UALL’s Annual Conference 2012: ‘Higher Education for the social good? The place of lifelong learning’ takes place at Clare College, Cambridge. Keynotes: Professor John Goddard, University of Newcastle and Dr James Shaeffer, UPCEA President and Associate Vice Provost for Outreac

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