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‘Fair access’ route to HE delivers fewer top degrees

Call for college students who ‘articulate’ to university to be given better support

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Articulation is seen as key to unlocking opportunity for those whose educational routes might not have typically led them into higher education. The process, which allows students with a Higher National Diploma or Certificate to move straight into the second or third year of a university degree, is considered a way of opening up access to HE for those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

But a new government report, Learner Journey: analysis of Scottish education and training provision for 15- to 24-year-olds, published last week, shows that the proportion of those who articulate from college and ...

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