4 edition of Non-completion in higher education found in the catalog.
Non-completion in higher education
|Statement||Margaret Healy, Anne Carpenter, Kathleen Lynch.|
|Contributions||Carpenter, Anne., Lynch, Kathleen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Presents the findings of new research into the problem of students dropping- /5. The book clarifies definitions of non-completion, looks at what influences students to leave early, assesses the implications for the institution's performance and the costs to the public purse.
Introduction Student non-completion of higher education is a growing trend internationally with serious consequences for the student in terms of time, expense and emotional energy; the institution.
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Non-completion is of considerable significance to any government which is concerned to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of its national system of higher education. The study reported here shows that non-completion in England is costly. Non-completion has complex causes, some of which can be addressed by institutions and some on a supra-institutional basis: some causes are Cited by: In book: Encyclopedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions (pp) the boundaries between university and non‐university higher education started to blur, and tensions Author: Marco Seeber.
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() Undergraduate non-completion in higher education in England. Unassigned, 1 (). Abstract. Report of two projects: one on reasons for student non-completion, the extent of the problem and the associated costs; the other.
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