IntoUniversity provides local learning centres where young people are inspired
At each local centre IntoUniversity offers an innovative programme that supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to attain either a university place or another chosen aspiration.
The problem we address
Young people from Britain’s poorest backgrounds face a considerable educational disadvantage:
- they do far less well at school
- they are unlikely to go to university
- they have little chance of entering the professions
Find out more about why IntoUniversity is needed.
IntoUniversity began in 2002 as a homework club in North Kensington. We are now operating 22 learning centres across London, Nottingham, Bristol, Oxford, Brighton, Leeds and Southampton, with ambitious plans to expand our provision further.
Please click here to find out about our story so far.
Our innovative support programme
Our programme provides children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with the help that many children receive as a matter of course. There are three main strands:
- Academic Support
Please click here to find out more.
At IntoUniversity we believe that everything that we do should reflect our five values:
Please click here to find out about what each value means to us.
To find out more about our network of local learning centres, visit our centre pages.
You can view the Report of the Trustees and Financial Statements for the following years by visiting the Charity Commission website.
Get in touch
To speak to someone about IntoUniversity and any of our programmes please click here to find the best person to contact.