The new Pathways to Partnership for FE project is being funded by Welsh Government and aims to help create a national structure to further support learner voice within Welsh institutions.
Wise Wales’ 2013-14 year was a launch pad for several student partnership initiatives. Main events in 2013-14 included: the launch of the online hub for students’ unions and institutions; giving them to access material to support their partnership working, two Wales-wide conferences and the launch of a Partnership Statement. More details about the Partnership Statement […]
Wise Wales held its second annual Partnership for Wales Conference in Neath on Wednesday 3 June. Over 50 delegates from the higher and further education sectors in Wales came together to exchange ideas, experiences, and challenges. The conference marked the launch of the first stage of the Pathways to Partnership toolkit, a resource developed by […]
We are excited to announce that registration is open for the Second Annual Partnership for Wales Conference 2015.
The higher education sector in Wales launched the jointly developed statement of ‘Partnership for Higher Education in Wales’. This statement aims to explain three main points: the partnership between students, universities and students’ unions, what it looks like in practice, and what can be done to promote partnership working. This means Wales is the first UK nation to agree on a cross-sector commitment to partnership.
On 2 June 2014, at the Wales Millennium Centre, delegates from across the higher education sector came together at the nation’s first ‘Partnership for Wales’ Conference to discuss and debate how we can bring the concept of partnership between students, students’ unions and universities to life.