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The University of Melbourne: a traditional model

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Prosser, M ORCID: 0000-0002-4974-7776, Leung, DYP and Hicks, D 2022 , 'The University of Melbourne: a traditional model', in D Kember and RA Ellis (eds.), 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, Canberra, Australia, pp. 129-132.

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Abstract

Of the four universities in the study, Melbourne represents the traditional end of the spectrum. The demographic characteristics, reported in Table 3.1, show that it has a more traditional model of student intake. As all students are taught on-campus, mode of study did not appear in the hypothesised model. While all undergraduate students initially enrol as full-time, a number subsequently did not enrol for enough units to meet the full-time load requirement. For modelling purposes, values for proportion of full-time load were extracted from the database so the variable could be included in the model.

Item Type: Book Section
Authors/Creators:Prosser, M and Leung, DYP and Hicks, D
Keywords: higher education, equity education, low socioeconomic
Publisher: Department of Education, Skills and Employment, Australian Federal Government
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