HEA STEM Tackling transition in Engineering

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Making the transition from sixth form at school or college into university education can be challenging for students. Evidence from good practice across the United Kingdom suggests that collaboration between pre-tertiary and academic departments can be of benefit to students, and also has advantages for teachers in both sectors. This evening meeting will give you opportunities to network with individuals from both parts of the Mathematical, sciences and Engineering education system, and to explore ways in which we can work together to "tackle transition". Book to attend this event here.
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