Pathways to higher education: the efficacy of enabling and sub-bachelor pathways for disadvantaged students

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This report details the findings of the 'Enabling programmes for disadvantaged student groups project', which was funded as part of the Australian Government Department of Education and Training National Priorities Pool funding 2014 round with the research undertaken in 2015. The project team conducted a review of current enabling programs and reported on: (1) the extent to which current enabling courses offered by Australian higher education providers are an effective means of increasing access to, participation and success in undergraduate courses for domestic students from...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Pathways; Higher education; Disadvantaged; Teaching and learning; Evaluation; Outcomes; Equity; Participation

Keywords: Access to education and training; Bridging training; Articulation; Student retention; Achievement; Completion; Perception; Opinion; Program evaluation; Client satisfaction; Relevance of education and training

Geographic subjects: Australia; Oceania

Published: Bentley, Western Australia: National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, Curtin University, 2016

Physical description: [88] p.

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https://www.ncsehe.edu.au/publications/pathways-to-higher-education-the-efficacy-of-enabling-and-sub-bachelor-pathways-for-disadvantaged-students/

ISBN: 9780992356095

Statement of responsibility: Tim Pitman, Sue Trinidad, Marcia Devlin, Andrew Harvey, Matt Brett, Jade McKay

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On cover: Report for the Australian Government Department of Education and Training

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 125.276

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