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Our Programmes

We believe that all young people should have the chance to explore their future options regardless of their background, gender, ethnicity or where they live. This is why we run our programmes. We want you to live on a university campus, explore university subjects, take part in work experience and find out what your future could hold.

Latest Research

Fairer Fees

November 16, 2017 Carl Cullinane, Rebecca Montacute

Fairer Fees assesses reforms to student finance that would introduce lower fees for less well-off students and reintroduce maintenance grants, and analyses how this could increase fairness and widen access to higher education.

Admissions in Context

October 26, 2017 Claire Crawford, Mandy Powell, Vikki Boliver, Will Craige

This report provides new evidence on the use of contextualised admissions amongst a group of highly selective universities in the UK today, and offers some insights into the difference that greater use of contextual data might make to the numbers of disadvantaged students at these universities.

Life Lessons

October 12, 2017 Carl Cullinane, Rebecca Montacute

This report, by Carl Cullinane and Rebecca Montacute, brings together new polling from Ipsos–Mori, NFER and YouGov to highlight the recognition among teachers, employers and young people of how important life skills are to the success of young people, as well as exploring current provision for life skills development in state schools and the level of demand for improvement.

Our News

APPG ON SOCIAL MOBILITY LAUNCHES NEW INQUIRY

November 20th, 2017|0 Comments

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Social Mobility is launching an inquiry into the gap in educational attainment between pupils from different parts of the UK.   

The case for fairer fees

November 16th, 2017|0 Comments

Sir Peter Lampl, Chairman of the Sutton Trust, explores the student finance crisis and how we could make the system fairer.

SUTTON TRUST CALLS FOR MEANS-TESTED FEES

November 16th, 2017|0 Comments

New Sutton Trust research finds that 81% of graduates will never repay student loans and urges the Chancellor to means-test fees and restore maintenance grants in his Budget.