Student centred

This Action Line is coordinated by the Inclusion Board, chaired by the University of Padua, and has the following main objectives:

1/ Increasing inclusion (widening access and diversity) within universities.

2/ Increasing the awareness of the local and regional environment about different forms of disparity, under-represented groups, diversity and inclusion.

3/ Influencing inclusive policies on a regional and national level.

Benedetta Zatti from Padua University

Action Line Board Chair and contact person: 
Benedetta Zatti (benedetta.zatti@unipd.it)

Engagement with pre-university education pupils

  • Preventive early career education: shared models of preventive early career education through the training of experts and shared resources
  • Children’s universities: sharing best practice and development of shared guidelines for outreach activities for primary and secondary schools
  • Women to STEM: attracting young women to STEM disciplines

Widening access – new transitions

  • Recognition of prior learning: shared guidelines for a credit recognition and transfer system for accredited professional and work experience. Recommendations for national authorities
  • Enabling refugees: a shared policy for the academic recognition and admission process of refugees
  • Rethinking college: shared models of alternative educational pathways for students with disabilities
  • Seniors’ Universities: sharing of best practices and short-term mobility for seniors’ universities

Secondary/high school to university transition

  • Support networks for inclusion: sharing best practice in services offered to meet vulnerable high school students’ needs in their transition towards university

University to World of Work

  • Job market transition for inclusive universities Shared Policy Approach
  • Common charters on Gender Equality, Inclusion and Sustainable Development Goals

Inclusion and diversity at university

  • Inclusive peer tutoring: sharing best practices and staff development for heterogeneity-sensitive programmes, internships and staff
  • Staff development for the diverse and inclusive classroom
  • Fast tracks for gifted students

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