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An international comparison of the effect of work-integrated learning on academic performance: a statistical evaluation of WIL in Japan and Hong Kong

As the popularity of work-integrated learning (WIL) grows, there is a need for standard and more quantitative methods for evaluating the features of WIL over time as well as between different institutions and over national frontiers. Regression analyses examined WIL's effects on academic performance in the final year of university from data obtained in Japan (2008, 2009, and 2010 graduates) and Hong Kong (2010 graduates). Independent variables included first year [grade point average] GPA, gender, and faculty/school membership. While the WIL systems differed in the two different institutions, ... Show more

Authors: Tanaka, Yasushi; Carlson, Kevin

Published: Hamilton, New Zealand, Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 2012

Resource type: Article

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