Tag Archives: HE

First thoughts from the other side.

It’s been a little while since my last blog post, and quite a bit has changed for me. I have since left Warwick SU and have moved back to Chester. This time though, I am working for the University of … Continue reading

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“Why would a Male SU President be a bad thing?”

As you may or may not already know, I work within a Students’ Union. These organisations are charities and are external organisations to the University they are affiliated with. As a result Students’ Unions are not governed by any of … Continue reading

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“Student-Led lectures…seeks to address the concerns of students who are missing lectures”

Its been a little while since I let out a good blog!! This isn’t because of a lack of reasons to get on the proverbial soapbox and have a good rant, but because I have just been a busy bee, … Continue reading

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Unlevel playing field – UCAS Personal Statements

The UCAS personal Statement, here is a chance to sell yourselves, talk about how you are different from the rest of your peers. It’s the only free response section on a University application that puts heavy emphasis on academic achievement … Continue reading

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“He’s Dyslexic, but he does knows his CBA’s.”

My blog post yesterday (and the fact I am currently one of lead organiser for a week long disability awareness campaign for students where I work) has got me thinking about students with Special Educational Needs (SENs), particularly those with Dyslexia. … Continue reading

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Widening the gap to Widening Participation

This blog post comes off the back of yesterday’s post regarding bad spending choices in a time where every penny counts to plug the gaps that the funding cuts from the government are leaving in the HE sector. Yesterday’s blog … Continue reading

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