The LiTE (Lost in Transition Europe) project aims to understand current national strategies that support the transition from non-compulsory, or mature learners, to Higher Education (HE) and build on, or develop new, strategies and resources. The focus will predominately be on widening participation and will target non-traditional HE learners and underrepresented groups. The project aims to develop a framework for supportive strategies and resources for the transition to HE of these groups and successful completion of the first year of study. Find out more about the LiTE Project
The main activities will include:
The outputs will include:
The impact of this project will be to broaden understanding of issues of transition to HE across the consortium, identify good practice, develop new strategies resources and disseminate widely to other EU member states and institutions. This will inform policy makers, institutions and ultimately provide a smoother and more successful transition experience for non-traditional learners.
This web resource provides a framework of supportive strategies and resources for the transition to higher education of non-traditional learners, such as mature students, aiming to support institutions to help them in completion of their first year of study.