- There is latent and frustrated demand for postgraduate taught study among graduates, especially disadvantaged students.
- Funding is critical for students’ success.
- Both financial and non-financial interventions are necessary to support success at postgraduate level. If the intention is to support widening participation at postgraduate level, then targeting of funding will be important.
- A partnership model is emerging between employers, universities and students to develop innovative and responsive curricula that maximise students’ employability and employers’ recruitment opportunities.
- The pilot projects provide proof of concept for innovations in the courses universities offer at taught postgraduate level.
- They also demonstrate the value of universities adopting a strategic and joined-up approach to their postgraduate teaching. More...
23 septembre 2015