Research-Based Curriculum Programme UK School Outreach & Widening Participation We work with UK universities on their widening participation strategy through digital innovation projects and special curriculum boosters focusing on state schools and students that are harder to engage. This work primarily takes part in the UK but is open to international universities interested in helping under-supported schools and students better access their content, expertise and create strengthened access programmes. To find out how we can support your subject and curricula content for school-age students, please contact us here. AccessEd is a charity that works to create an ecosystem of educational excellence and social impact with its university partners. We help universities not only reach out to diverse future students to support their journeys, but also use our experience to support undergraduates and postgraduates to an impact on the world around them through high-impact careers whether academic or professional. We collaborate with universities and institutions (scholarship groups, collaborative hubs, and more) to offer programmes that help develop undergraduate and postgraduate university students while contributing to a bigger social footprint. We work with UK and international universities in three key ways: Offering development opportunities for their students and post-graduates Widening participation digital resources in state schools (UK) Widening participation tutoring schemes (international) Browse the Research-Based Curricula Library Covid-19 Update: AccessEd is working with university partners on digital training and digital widening participation content to ensure students who are most vulnerable and at key transition periods are supported. If you are interested developing your outreach resources for Year 12 and 13's or current-student support to increase retention and engagement please contact us below. AccessEd also works on innovation projects in each of these streams to support widening support, retention and graduate success. To find out how more about how we can offer development opportunities for your PhD students, undergraduate students or support your widening participation through our outreach schemes please contact [email protected].