Posted: by Verity Hilton in UALL News

Universities Association for Lifelong Learning (UALL) Student Experience Network invites you

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

Creative Approaches to Lifelong Learning:  Engaging and supporting mature, part-time and widening participation learners in higher education

A 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 stages of the student journey: Engagement & Recruitment; Support & Retention; Achievement & Progression. Come prepared to bring and share your own experiences and practice.

Thursday 17 May 2018

11am – 4pm

University of Liverpool London campus


£50.00 (£65.00 if your institution is not a member of UALL. If unsure please contact Alice Reynolds, UALL Administrator 

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





  Registration and refreshments

11am -12pm


  Setting the scene:
  Speaker from Universities UK, followed by questions

12pm – 12.45pm


  Engagement and Recruitment

12.45pm – 1.30pm



1.30pm – 2.15pm


  Support and Retention

2.30pm - 3.15pm


  Achievement and Progression

3.15pm - 3.30pm





  Action planning





Book your place here:

Verity Hilton

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Verity Hilton
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Birkbeck University
Bishop Grosseteste University
University of Bristol
Brunel University
University of Cambridge
Canterbury Christ Church
Dublin City
Durham University
Hong Kong
Middlesex University
Newcastle University
The Open University
University of Oxford
Trinity Saint David
Ulster University
University of York



  • Links with the major agencies in the sector, and opportunities for advocacy and contribution to policy formulation
  • Continuously-updated intelligence on policy, funding and strategy at the highest levels in the sector
  • Free or reduced price entry to conferences, seminars and workshops
  • Engagement with action, theoretical research and other funded activities
  • Opportunities for free or reduced price UALL publications
  • Membership of specialist networks, acting as communities of practice across the sector in; Employer engagement/CPD, Work-based learning, Widening participation and social inclusion, Women in lifelong learning, Student and staff development



American Association For Adult and Continuing EducationCanadian Association for University Continuing EducationEuropean University Continuing Education network Higher Education Lifelong Learning in Ireland Network (HELLIN)PASCAL International ObservatoryTurkish Council For Continuing Education (TUSEM)Association for Professional, Continuing, & Online Education (UPCEA)

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