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20-year anniversary 2020

Founded in 1999, our mission is to make higher education achievable for everyone, regardless of age or previous qualifications. Our part-time access diploma has seen more than 1,000 students successfully complete the course, with many going on to study at degree-level, and some continuing to receive PhDs, resulting in a varied and diverse Go Higher alumni community.

Anniversary Podcast

Episode 1 -  From Pubs to Museums

 

Episode 2 - Speaking to Claire Jones 

To celebrate this important milestone, there will be a number of events throughout the academic year.

BBC Any Questions?

In November, we welcomed BBC Radio 4’s popular topical debate programme, which was broadcast here live from University of Liverpool. The panellists were Iain Dale, John Healey MP, Nicola Horlick, and Gillian Keegan MP. You can listen to the broadcast on BBC Sounds.

UALL Conference, POSTPONED

We will be hosting the annual Universities Association for Lifelong Learning conference on 1 – 3 April 2020. The conference will focus on four key topics: engaging, teaching and retaining lifelong learners; work-based and work-related learning; widening participation and mature students; and learning, maturity and motivation.

 

UPDATE: In view of the unprecedented challenges globally imposed by the COVID-19 virus and in consideration of national and international advice relating to public health, the UALL conference has been POSTPONED.

The rescheduled conference date will run from Wednesday 24th to Friday 26th March 2021. 

Find out more about the rescheduled conference

Please email GoHigher@liverpool.ac.uk for any queries.

20-year Celebratory Graduation

Every year in July, we celebrate the hard work and achievements of our cohort. This year we will also celebrate our 20-year anniversary as part of our graduation ceremony. We will be announcing more details closer to the event.

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