Part-Time Students and Their Experience of Higher Education
Open University Press, 1991 - Education - 146 pages
A survey of the experience of part-time students in higher education which collates details of age, sex, background, education, qualifications and employment. The book explains which courses are chosen and why, the difficulties encountered, the drop-out rate and factors related to it.
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Institutional Perspectives by Ronald Barnett
The Decision to Enrol
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20 per cent admissions interview aims application form assessment average BTEC class attendance CNAA part-time degree CNAA part-time students CNAA part-time undergraduates compared completion continuing education course evaluation course leaders course teams coursework degree level difficulties diploma distance learning domestic commitments educational qualification employer enrolled on part-time entry qualifications expected facilities factors first-year full-time course full-time degree courses full-time students full-time study Higher School Certificate identify impact important induction intermediate award lectures mature students non-completion rates number of hours Open University course Open University students Open University undergraduate overall Part-time and full-time part-time courses part-time degree courses part-time higher education part-time provision part-time study percentages personal tutor postgraduate pre-coded private study professional bodies programmes question questionnaire rates of non-completion reason respondents reported response rate social staff student non-completion study skills subject groups survey teaching Total IOO University and CNAA