Access to higher education: Does distance impact students' intentions to attend university?

Cooper, G, Baglin, J and Strathdee, R 2017, Access to higher education: Does distance impact students' intentions to attend university?, NCSEHE, Perth, Australia


Document type: Commissioned Reports
Collection: Commissioned Reports

Title of report Access to higher education: Does distance impact students' intentions to attend university?
Author(s) Cooper, G
Baglin, J
Strathdee, R
Year of publication 2017
Publisher NCSEHE
Place of publication Perth, Australia
Subjects Higher Education
Abstract/Summary Data analysis indicates distance is a predictor of students' intentions to attend university, net of selected demographic and socio-economic variables. This report applies statistical modelling and geo-mapping to existing data, contributing to current literature as well as indicating an ongoing advancement from discrete categorisation to continuous measures of students' distance from higher education providers.
Commissioning body National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE)
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