HEAT engages BIT to assess impact of Campus Visits

The HEAT Service has engaged the influential Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) to conduct research on the impact of Campus Visits on the propensity for the most disadvantaged outreach participants recorded on the HEAT database to enrol in Higher Education. The HEAT Research Group and the HEAT Steering Group have approved a proposal by BIT to further explore this perceived link using causal tree analysis. The origin of this commission is a desire to triangulate the initial findings of the HEAT Service Analysis Team that seem to show that attendance at a Campus Visit increases the propensity of the most disadvantaged […]

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