A recent HEPI survey revealed that nearly three-quarters of students think universities should consider the backgrounds of applicants. It comes after universities have been urged to review their admissions practices by the Government.
What can schools and universities do to widen participation and engage students from diverse and less advantaged backgrounds? At the Festival of Higher Education, chair Jane Baker from Pearson, Chris Millward of the Office for Students, Anne-Marie Canning MBE from King’s College London, and Richard Eyre of The Brilliant Club discuss the options.
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