Leung, DYP and Prosser, M and Hicks, D and Trimble, A and Kember, D, The University of Tasmania (UTAS): a contemporary model for a regional university, Admission and success for low SES university students: Report on a HEPPP 2018 National Priorities Pool Project, Department of Education, Skills and Employment, Australian Federal Government, D Kember & RA Ellis (ed), Canberra, Australia, pp. 90-103. (2022) [Research Book Chapter]
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The sample for the study was undergraduate students enrolled in courses in; arts, business, education, health sciences and science. The sample excluded students doing a one year end-on Honours degree, as they had already completed a three-year undergraduate degree and would not, therefore, be typical of undergraduate students.
Arts, business, education, health sciences, and science were chosen as disciplines which have a good mix of students studying on-campus and online, including those remote from any of the campuses. Entry was through a variety of admission modes, indicating that the intake consisted of non-traditional entrants together with school leavers with a tertiary entrance score. There was a significant proportion of mature students. International students were excluded, as with the other three universities.
The total sample for the study was N = 8911, after those with incomplete records were deleted.
|Item Type:||Research Book Chapter|
|Keywords:||higher education, equity education, low socioeconomic|
|Research Group:||Education systems|
|Research Field:||Higher education|
|Objective Division:||Education and Training|
|Objective Group:||Learner and learning|
|Objective Field:||Higher education|
|UTAS Author:||Prosser, M (Professor Michael Prosser)|
|UTAS Author:||Hicks, D (Dr David Hicks)|
|UTAS Author:||Trimble, A (Ms Allison Trimble)|
|UTAS Author:||Kember, D (Professor David Kember)|
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