The Student Voice

Assets from webinar held on 17 March 2022

Presented by Mhairi Underwood, Head of Student Voice and Diversity

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The Student Voice (March 2022)

Key takeaways:

  1. Things have not returned to normal for students, despite the end of lockdowns
  2. Exams are inextricably linked with student mental health
  3. Students need more support with careers advice and work experience
  4. Degree apprenticeships may be a great pathway for some students, but there is still an expectation around going to university
  5. Students want more information from universities e.g. courses, the application process

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