Future Funding Update

Future Funding Update

At the start of April it was announced that the UniConnect programme would unfortunately be receiving a cut in funding for the upcoming academic year. We recognise this news may bring some uncertainty with it, for both our staff and stakeholders, but despite this we are excited to continue working with schools and colleges and see what this next phase of the project can offer our target students. Read more about what the neaco offer might look like from August onwards.

neaco 2021 Annual Report

neaco 2021 Annual Report

In 2021, the Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach (neaco) partnership took on a hybrid approach to fulfil its commitment to support students, schools and colleges to overcome the hurdles in their path, engaging over 35,000 students in total. Read the full neaco 2021 Annual Report here.

Report: Brightside and neaco HE Explore 2021 Online Mentoring Evaluation

Report: Brightside and neaco HE Explore 2021 Online Mentoring Evaluation

Brightside and The Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach (neaco) have published an evaluation report examining the engagement, quality and impact of their Higher Education (HE) Explore online mentoring programmes across the region.

Report: University, is it for me? Perceptions of Black, Asian and Eastern European Young People

Report: University, is it for me? Perceptions of Black, Asian and Eastern European Young People

A report by the University of Suffolk and Take Your Place that aims to change the way Black, Asian and Eastern European young people access higher education.

Cambridge Vipers Rugby Academy - 2020 year review

Cambridge Vipers Rugby Academy - 2020 year review

"We’re very proud that 76% of our students have had university offers, which is a great result for us!" Find out how our partnership with the Cambridge Vipers Rugby club’s BTEC Academy continues to thrive.

Take Your Place annual survey success despite COVID restrictions

Take Your Place annual survey success despite COVID restrictions

Between November 2020 and January 2021, Take Your Place was able to collect over 12,000 survey responses from students aged 13 to 19 across East Anglia, despite the restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.