The admission of students to higher and further education is an area of great public interest and the subject of a number of recent national reviews and reports.
The key concern is that all those who could benefit from post-16 education are given a fair chance to access the course and institution that best fits with their learning, career and life goals. Similarly, educational establishments benefit from the easy access and fluid transfer of admissions data to and from external bodies and across departments.
Key admissions activities
The JISC e-learning programme enables the development and effective use of digital technologies to support learning and teaching in universities and colleges, so that staff benefit from e-learning...
e-Learning Capital programme
The e-Learning Capital programme is an £11.36 million investment to support the sector in harnessing the potential of e-learning to support lifelong learners.
Institutional Innovation Programme
The Institutional Innovation programme represents a £13.08m investment aimed at supporting existing institutional strategies by providing solutions to institution-wide problems, based upon proven...
Institutional Exemplars Programme
The institutional exemplars programme is a £1.4 million programme to generate exemplar projects demonstrating change at the institutional level.
JISC Organisational Support Programme
To harness the potential offered by ICT requires the consideration and understanding of a range of issues. These focus on the implications associated with using ICT rather than the technology...