Department for Education (DfE) has launched a major consultation on the future of Level 3 qualifications in England. DfE seeks to defund 60% of Level 3 qualifications from August 2024.

UAL now has the opportunity to make the case for its Level 3 creative qualifications that support progression to further study.

Please respond to the short (11 questions) survey to help us secure a future for Level 3 creative arts provision from 2024:

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* 1. Role at organisation

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* 2. Type of institution

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* 3. Do you think that UAL Level 3 Diplomas and Extended Diplomas should continue to attract public funding as well as T Levels and A Levels from 2024?

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* 4. Which subject areas do you think would benefit from continued funding at Level 3 in addition to T Levels and A levels? Select all that apply.

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* 5. DfE propose to continue funding a limited number of “high-quality alternatives to A levels where they enable progression to specialist HE courses, such as our providers of world leading arts education.” Do you think that UAL Awarding Body qualifications fall into this category?

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* 6. Please rank in order of priority (top to bottom, 1 being high and 4 being low) which of the following Level 3 qualification sizes should continue to attract funding.

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* 7. Please rank in order (top to bottom, 1 being high and 4 being low) how well you think the following qualifications support students to progress to undergraduate study in the creative arts?

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* 8. What would be the impact on students with additional needs (SEND) if there were only T Levels and A Levels available in the creative subjects?

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* 9. What would be the impact on students of low socio-economic backgrounds if there were only T Levels and A Levels available in the creative subjects?

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* 10. What would be the impact on students from underrepresented ethnic groups (e.g. BAME) if there were only T Levels and A Levels available in the creative subjects?

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* 11. Do you have any other comments about the proposed reforms?

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