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University welcomes new report on ensuring access for all


A new report focused on ‘ensuring access for all’ has been welcomed by the University of Wolverhampton. 

The Higher Education Commission's report is ‘Arriving At Thriving: Learning from disabled students to ensure access for all.'

Professor Geoff Layer is Chair of the Disabled Students’ Commission, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wolverhampton and a member of the Advance HE board.

He said: “The Disabled Students’ Commission welcomes the findings of this report. The issues and challenges raised in the Disabled Students’ Inquiry report are consistent with the work of the Commission and highlight the need to improve access to higher education and the experience of disabled students.

"The Commission will be using the findings of the report to move forward with plans to inform and advise higher education providers about improving support for disabled students.”

Read the Higher Education Commission's report: ‘Arriving At Thriving: Learning from disabled students to ensure access for all.'

The Disabled Students Commission (DSC) helps universities and colleges to remove the barriers preventing disabled students from accessing and succeeding in higher education and having the best possible experience during their studies. 

Through a competitive process, Advance HE was awarded funding by the Office for Students to provide secretariat support and oversee the management of research and other activities for three years. 

Find out more about the Disabled Students’ Commission including recent publications: ‘Three Months to Make a Difference', and ‘Considerations for disabled students applying to university’.


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