|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Conference Papers and Proceedings|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Researching Retention and Non-Traditional Learners: evidence on pre-entry preparation|
|Citation:||Field J & Morgan-Klein N (2010) Researching Retention and Non-Traditional Learners: evidence on pre-entry preparation, Hitting the ground running: reflections on pre-entry student support and new students’ academic preparedness for higher education, Glasgow Caledonian University.|
|Conference Name:||Hitting the ground running: reflections on pre-entry student support and new students’ academic preparedness for higher education|
|Conference Location:||Glasgow Caledonian University|
|Abstract:||This paper reports on experiences of non-traditional undergraduates who have entered university following a pre-entry preparatory programme. The evidence is drawn from a collaborative European research project on Access and Retention: Experiences of Non-traditional Learners in Higher Education. The project focuses on access, retention and drop-out in higher education institutions in relation to non-traditional students (younger and adults) and the factors which promote or inhibit this (for further details see www.ranlhe.dsw.edu.pl). We present here findings for the Scottish sample to date.|
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