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Disadvantaged are missing out on potential of degree apprenticeships

The Higher Education Commission revealed findings that show that disadvantaged people are at risk of missing out the most on degree apprenticeships.

The policy idea of degree apprenticeships has great opportunity to be developed, but scarcity of provision and matching employment opportunities are leaving disadvantaged people in the cold.

Stats show that a degree apprentice in Norfolk would have to travel 12 times further than one in Hammersmith & Fulham.

APSRG resource and waste strategy

Launch: findings from 'A Vision for Zero Plastic Waste' project

12th February 2019
Policy Connect will be announcing the findings and recommendations coming out of the 'A Vision for Zero Plastic Waste' project this February.
Degree apprenticeships: up to standard?

LAUNCH: Higher Education Commission report

29th January 2019
Since their roll-out, degree apprenticeships have been posited as a means of increasing productivity and social mobility.

Simon Stevens and NHS Executive give exclusive first insight to the NHS Long Term Plan

At the meeting chaired by Baroness Cumberlege and Karin Smyth MP, we heard from Simon Stevens, Chief Executive of NHS England on the Long Term Plan and pressures and opportunities for the NHS.