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First-year undergraduate academic induction and development

Registration is now open for the first Intercollegiate Forum on Friday 3 March*.

CCTL are organising a series of fora as part of our support for the collegiate University's commitments to develop more inclusive educational environments and practices and to eliminate awarding gaps.

Students' academic experiences during their first year of study provide strong foundations for their academic progress, outcomes and personal wellbeing. This first Intercollegiate Forum is for College academic and professional staff and students who contribute to undergraduate students' first-year academic induction and development.

The Forum will include a panel of invited Cambridge and external contributors and focused discussion of key aspects of academic induction and development during the first year. We will consider ways of making positive differences within the distinctive environments of the Colleges to students' experiences and outcomes, share experiences and reflect on opportunities for enhancement in 2023-24.

Register for the Intercollegiate Forum

*Please note that the date has changed (previously 21 February) in response to strike action

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