Higher education and hybrid institutions Widening participation policy as experienced in FE/HE institutions. Ann-Marie Bathmaker, UWE Bristol UK. Overview. Widening Participation in HE and dual sector/hybrid institutions The FurtherHigher (FH) Project What is a dual sector institution?
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Higher education and hybrid institutionsWidening participation policy as experienced in FE/HE institutions
Ann-Marie Bathmaker, UWE Bristol UK
This paper is based on work contributing to an ESRC TLRP project entitled Universal access and dual regimes of further and higher education.
The research team comprises:
Diane Burns, Anne Thompson, Val Thompson, Cate Goodlad (University fieldwork research team)
Andy Roberts; David Dale; Will Thomas; Liz Halford (Institution based researchers)
Ann-Marie Bathmaker (UWE), Greg Brooks, Gareth Parry (University of Sheffield), David Smith (University of Leeds) (Project directors)
Karen Kitchen (University of Sheffield) (Project administrator)
ON Access programmes, HND, Fd Degree
NOT ON level 3 programmes, such as BTEC National, AVCE
Enabling WP and transition to HE through:
Significant aspects of teaching and learning cultures in dual sector institutions with particular reference to adult/mature students:
Space and place
UCAS and applying for HE
Expectations of HE
Sample of ‘mature’ students from Northgreen Federal College
Expectations of HE describe anticipated ‘higherness’ and by implication, experience of ‘furtherness’
This is linked to a wider context of change: