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Delivered by: Dr Penny Haughan, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Student Life and Learning, Liverpool Hope University

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Liverpool Hope University has 175 years of experience in delivering higher education since the first of its three founding college was established in 1844. The University is currently top in the NW region for student experience. Introduced over the last two years, Hope’s new strategic focus on student engagement is beginning to demonstrate measurable positive outcomes. An emphasis on the student journey from recruitment onwards, a seamless transition, the idea of a personal education and of building relationships are central to this success; as is accurate and accessible student data.

To complement this, Liverpool Hope also has a prizewinning network of Communities of Practice where staff are able to discuss issues relating to student experience both in and outside the classroom with colleagues in an informal environment.

Retention statistics across the University have shown a significant increase with the introduction of this University-wide approach which seeks to support students in their challenging transition to HE and staff in their support of Hope students.

Delegates will leave the session with a good understanding of:

  • Liverpool Hope’s approach to engagement across the student lifecycle and some thoughts about how this might be translatable to other institutions.
  • Liverpool Hope’s focus on the value of giving students a personal education and practical ways to do this
  • The use of data to inform strategies for retention of students.
  • Use of a prizewinning network of communities of practice to inform and support staff in their interactions with students both inside and outside the classroom.


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