Professor Les Ebdon's - presentation to Developing your Access Agreement 2015/16

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Professor Les Ebdon's - presentation to Developing your Access Agreement 2015/16

  1. 1. Professor Les Ebdon CBE Director of Fair Access to Higher Education
  2. 2. Funding change
  3. 3. 2013-14 Access agreement investment student success £81.0m 11% outreach £95.9m 14% student choice £42.4m 6% fee waivers £167.3m 24% Student Opportunity allocation Disability allocation £15.3m 4% bursaries £320.1m 45% Widening participation £88.7m 27% Improving retention £228.0m 69%
  4. 4. 2014-15 Access agreement investment* student success £106.8m 14% bursaries £340.4m 45% outreach £111.8m 15% student choice £49.0m 6% fee waivers £147.3m 20% * NSP revisions – provisional data Student Opportunity allocation ?
  5. 5. Rising access agreement investment
  6. 6. National strategy for access and student success OFFA and HEFCE were asked to: “develop a shared strategy for promoting access and maximising the impact of the investment made by the Government, the Council and institutions” Letter to OFFA and HEFCE from Vince Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, and David Willetts, Minister for Universities and Science, May 2012
  7. 7. Young participation in selective institutions • . Source: OFFA publication 2014/01, Trends in young participation by student background and selectivity of institution, Figure 6: Trends in young participation in higher tariff time series HEIs for areas grouped by the proportion of children with graduate parents
  8. 8. Young participation in selective institutions • . Source: UCAS, End of cycle report 2013, Figure 59: 18 year olds entry rates to higher tariff institutions for disadvantaged areas (POLAR2 quintile 1) by country
  9. 9. Differences in attainment • . Source: HEFCE publication 2013/15, Higher education and beyond: Outcomes from full-time first degree study
  10. 10. Mature and part-time students
  11. 11. A strategic approach to access agreements
  12. 12. Collaboration • Universities • Colleges • Schools/teachers • Parents • Employers …and collaboration between institutions.
  13. 13. Thanks for listening enquiries@offa.org.uk 0117 931 7171

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