Linking London is a partnership of educational organisations that work collaboratively to maximise its contribution to targeted widening participation, student engagement and success, social mobility and in pursuit of improvements in social justice through education. The core aims of our partnership are to support recruitment, retention and progression to and through higher education.

    News

    5 May 2021: Uni Connect (NCOP) - Linking London Update

    April has been a short month for colleges and staff, with the two-week Spring break, but staff have still delivered lots of valuable one-to-one sessions, including signing up new Year 1 and Year 12 students, and the number of learners we have worked with continues to climb. The latest figure is 629 learners in total, of which 370 live in one of our target wards.

    May 05, 2021

    22 April 2021: Event Report - Linking London T Levels and Progression to HE Event

    On the 22 April, Linking London held its third T levels event. With the first wave of T Levels having started in September 2020, learners on Construction, Digital and Education and Childcare courses will now be starting to consider their plans post course, including progressing onto higher education. This event explored where we are in terms of preparing for the first T Level applicants to HE for 2022 entry and what needs to done in the months ahead, including challenges and opportunities.

    Apr 28, 2021

    Events

    Linking London IAG Practitioner Group Meeting

    At the 3rd Linking London IAG Practitioner Group meeting of 2020/21, attendees will be hearing from representatives from UCAS on the latest reforms and developments, including key findings from the latest Where Next? publication, exploring how students make choices and how we should support them, as well as UCAS’ ambition of being the go-to place for all post-secondary education, including apprenticeships.

    Linking London Uni Connect Outreach Hub Nursing & Midwifery Event

    An event for college staff who are supporting Level 3 students decide on their next steps towards Nursing & Midwifery, as well as more general AHP subjects. We have a panel of representatives from different universities to discuss their subject offering in the field and how they recommend supporting students who are starting to think about life after Level 3.