Thirty-five Year 12 students travel from Nottingham, York, and London to gain an insight into the financial sector and the role of technology in the workplace, hosted by UBS.
Last week, 60 first-year university students travelled across the country to attend the Pathways to Law Plus Conference, marking the start of the 2019 programme that gives young people an insight into the world of law.
The latest Sutton Trust polling of teachers shows show budget cuts are affecting schools across the country.
Parents are more likely to advise their child to go to university than take a degree-level apprenticeship, with middle-class parents more likely than poorer parents to offer this advice, according to new polling published by the Sutton Trust today.
Areas in England where social mobility is low are likely to fall back even further from the rest of the country. This has serious economic and social repercussions for those living there, according to the report of a cross-party MPs and peers inquiry into the regional attainment gap, published today.
To celebrate Care Day 2019, we speak to Michelle Sebele: a care leaver, UK Summer School alum, Alumni Leadership Board member, and advocate for change.
47 British state school students from low and moderate-income backgrounds have won places to study at top US universities through the Sutton Trust US Programme, it was announced today.
UK's leading foundation for social mobility launches new partnerships with University of Glasgow and Cardiff University.
The fifth and final analysis of academy chains highlights inconsistencies across their performance and how they perform below the national average for all state schools.
Sean Coughlan covers today's new research on university admissions for the BBC.