Our latest student research Life Interrupted! has been tracking students’ perspectives during the global coronavirus pandemic. Following a community of Year 12 and Year 13 students for over 6 weeks, our reports offer universities actionable insights for their student recruitment communications in light of one of the most turbulent years in modern history. To download them, enter your details below.
Life Interrupted! Report 6.
Our sixth instalment of Life Interrupted! has been prepared in two distinct parts. In part 1, we take a look back at what happened to our community over the summer, and what their expectations were as they transitioned to the current academic year. In part 2, we look at how the pandemic has impacted the attitudes and beliefs of young people, and what the implications are for both universities and employers.
[Published on 29/10/2020]
Life Interrupted! Report 5.
In our fifth instalment of Life Interrupted!, our central theme is ‘safety’. We explore attitudes to physical safety and how this is influencing university preferences. We examine how lockdown has impacted personal or household financial security and how this is playing into university decision-making. And we get to hear reactions to recent Clearing developments and see whether these are providing a greater sense of security in terms of university admission.
[Published on 26/06/2020]
Life Interrupted! Report 4.
Life Interrupted! Report 3.
In our third report, we explore the at-home student experience, the digital learning experience, the discrepancy between predicted vs virtual grades and crucially, the students decision making and roadmaps for the future.
[Published on 18/05/2020]
Life Interrupted! Report 2.
In our second report, we discover there are two distinct ‘personas’ emerging amongst A-level students. And both personas – for different reasons– are reconsidering their options.
Life Interrupted! Report 1.
Life Interrupted! is the first report from our new study that tracks student perspective and offers universities actionable insights for their student recruitment communications in light of the global coronavirus pandemic. To download it, please fill out the form to the right.
[Published on 20/04/2020]