neaco Take Your Place

The Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach (neaco) aims to help young people from East Anglia with little or no experience of university to explore the world of higher education. We work with students in years 9-13 who live in areas identified by the Government with low rates of progression to higher education.

The Take Your Place team is made up of five universities and nine further education colleges from across the East of England. We are an impartial project and since our project launch in 2017, we have worked with over 50,000 students from 100 different schools colleges and sixth forms, helping them to explore their options and discover their potential.

The Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach (neaco) aims to help young people from East Anglia with little or no experience of university to explore the world of higher education. We work with students in years 9-13 who live in areas identified by the Government with low rates of progression to higher education.

The Take Your Place team is made up of five universities and nine further education colleges from across the East of England. We are an impartial project and since our project launch in 2017, we have worked with over 50,000 students from 100 different schools colleges and sixth forms, helping them to explore their options and discover their potential.