Marginalisation and Co-created Education

The project Marginalisation and Co-created Education (MaCE) responds to youth unemployment rates within the EU area and concerns regarding young people who are "Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET)".  MaCE will train undergraduate and postgraduate students as co-researchers, the advanced skills that are particularly valuable for knowledge-intensive jobs.

USN, VIA, UOC. Logos.

Face-to-face 2018

The project prioritises marginalised students with prior experience of Early School Leavers and exploits this knowledge-base to address re-engagement and improve HEI retention rates. You can read more about our project here.

Call for International Conference Contributions, UOC - Lancaster,  England, LA1 3JD, 4th and 5th June 2020


Information about the; Call for abstract

Link to; Call for International Conference Contributions University of Cumbria Erasmus+ MaCE Conference 4th & 5th June 2020

The key dates are:
Abstract Submission: 2nd March 2020 
Abstract Feedback: 6th April 2020 
Confirmation of contribution: 5th May 2020 


To register for the National Practitioner Conference 4th June; click here
To register for the International Research Conference 5th June; click here


Other prosject links;

Our latest blogposts

MaCE on facebook