The review has
been set up to identify the main challenges linked to undergraduate admissions
and offer-making practices, review the 2004 Schwartz principles on
fair admissions, and propose ways to ensure that admissions work in the best
interests of applicants.
We would like
to hear from all relevant and interested stakeholders – including higher
education providers, schools, colleges, current students, recent graduates,
parents, employers, representative groups and other bodies.
will remain confidential. UUK will not attribute any views or evidence
to you as an individual or the organisation you represent.
Please use the following links to the call for evidence that corresponds to your role; and use the PDF version of each survey to help shape your response:
Call for evidence: Higher education provider (eg admissions professional) / PDF
Call for evidence: School or further education provider / PDF
Call for evidence: Applicant/student/recent graduate / PDF
You may also find the glossary helpful when reading through the survey.
If you are from any other interested group, we are keen to hear
your views about the strengths in current admissions practice and where
there might be room for improvement. For further information, please email: email@example.com
We will be organising a series of roadshow events to discuss the
evidence gathered as part of the review – if you would like to be kept
informed about the scheduling of these events please
We are also commissioning polling to determine the views of students and recent
graduates on the key issues and challenges linked to higher education
admissions and recruitment, and hope to publish the results in due course.