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The following paper discusses the implications of government policy on widening of participation at third level institutes. The increase in 'non-traditional' students has been widely recognised on an international scale; however some inequality issues still exist. The 'struggles' associated with widening of participation and creating a 'new' student type is discussed in particular reference to chemistry education. A change in mindset of staff on their pedagogical approach to cater for a diversedoi:10.21427/d7mj09 fatcat:t5fwewci4bdrphx2gexkavqbpe