Hicks, D and Ellis, RA and Le, AH and McDonald, CV, Griffith University: a metropolitan university with a diverse intake, 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. 104-116. (2022) [Research Book Chapter]
Griffith has expanded its intake to admit a diverse student body and has a reasonable proportion of low SES students. It also has students studying online and by mixed mode. It, therefore, can be regarded as a university which has taken significant steps towards a contemporary model of higher education.
In this chapter the Griffith model will be compared to that of UTAS, which also has a contemporary model. Key distinctions between the two are that;
- Griffith is a metropolitan university, whereas UTAS has regional and rural characteristics.
- The population samples have notably different characteristics such as the proportions admitted on a basis other than secondary, those living in regional and remote areas, those studying online, those studying less than a 70% load and those older than 24.
The presentation will follow the order and approach of the previous chapter by first examining the overall model, then considering the contribution to the model of the individual variables. In each case there will be comparison between the two universities.
|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:||Hicks, D (Dr David Hicks)|
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