To ensure our graduates have the extra dimension in order to make them the stand out choice for employers
- engage the majority of students as opposed to the current minority
- engage with students as early as possible in their undergraduate careers
- ensure students participate in one main intervention to avoid the current situation of a minority of keen students monopolising the places on the majority of interventions
- ensure that each intervention is accompanied by before and after support to ensure that students are appropriately prepared and effectively followed up
- make access to as many opportunities as possible a competitive process (to identify best candidates and simulate selection processes – those unsuccessful can be signposted to alternatives)
And possibly something about our minimum programme provision in years 1, 2 and 3.
It's a work in progress. Any comments?