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Transition to higher degrees across the UK: an analysis of national, institutional and individual differences

Publication type
Wakeling, P and Hampden-Thompson, G. (2013) Transition to higher degrees across the UK: an analysis of national, institutional and individual differences . Transition to higher degrees across the UK: an analysis of national, institutional and individual differences, ( ). pp. 1-68. 68 pages.

Abstract

In the context of increasing numbers of students choosing to go on to study at postgraduate level, this report analyses patterns of transition to postgraduate degrees of full-time UK and EU domiciled first degree graduates.
Publication type:
Report
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Access and widening participation > Extent and pattern of participation
Graduate labour market > Graduate earnings, careers and destinations
Generic Themes > Postgraduate level (i.e. masters, doctorates)
Authors:
Wakeling, P and Hampden-Thompson, G
Publication title:
Transition to higher degrees across the UK: an analysis of national, institutional and individual differences
Official URL:
Reference number:
HEER000290
Summary deposited on:
1 Jul 2013
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