TASO and the Sutton Trust are hosting a conference on Wednesday 26th January, entitled Fair admissions beyond Post-Qualification Admissions (PQA).
The conference aims to bring together some of the most informed and challenging voices and approaches from around the world to shape the ideas, practices and policies to deliver fair admissions in higher education (HE).
Fair admissions is one of the key issues facing the HE sector today, in both the short and longer term. The pandemic will continue to affect grading and admissions this year and next, raising serious questions about fairness within and across cohorts. Longer term, the number of university aged students is growing at a quicker rate than the number of places, raising further challenges for addressing inequalities of access to higher education.
Register here for your free place at the conference.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Mary Curnock Cook, Independent education expert
- Quintin McKellar CBE, Vice-Chancellor, University of Hertfordshire
- Harry Brighouse, Professor of Philosophy, specialising in education policy and philosophy, University of Wisconsin
- Dr Karen Stegers-Jager, Assistant Professor, Erasmus University Rotterdam
- Vikki Boliver, Professor of Sociology, Durham University
- Dr Omar Khan, Director, TASO
- James Turner, CEO, Sutton Trust
TASO and Sutton Trust welcome the attendance of those across the sector at what promises to be an insightful and valuable conference bringing together leading voices in the sector to explore potential solutions to one of the biggest issues facing the HE sector today.
The conference will be held on Wednesday 26th January, 9.30 – 12.30am.
Don’t miss out! Click here to register for your free place at the conference.