Both the Browne Review and Higher Education White Paper have signalled the need for change in higher education admissions. Now the findings from the UCAS Admissions Process Review provide a sound evidence base to move the debate forward and consider how proposed changes will affect institutional practice.
With more scrutiny than ever before on higher education admissions, and institutions facing the need to ensure that the process is managed fairly, this conference provided a timely moment to consider how institutional practice can be changed and improved.
The debate over the possible introduction of Post Qualification Application, and the most effective use of contextual data, was also be examined.
This conference brought together leaders in admissions in higher education to provide online viewers with the policy insight and management strategy and new techniques they need for success in an increasingly challenging discipline.