Studying and working : a national study of student finances and student engagement
Devlin, Marcia, James, Richard and Grigg, Gabrielle 2008, Studying and working : a national study of student finances and student engagement, Tertiary education and management, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 111-122.
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A key determinant of the new relationship between students and universities in Australia is the changing nature of higher education funding arrangements and the shift towards “user-pays”. In 2007, the Centre for the Study of Higher Education (CSHE) completed a commissioned national study, Australian University Student Finances 2006: Final Report of a National Survey of Students in Public Universities. Drawing on the project report, this article discusses selected findings relating to student expectations and engagement to present a worrying picture of financial duress and involvement in paid work and examines the possible effects on the quality of higher education.
Paper presented at the EAIR forum, Innsbruck, Austria 26-29 August 2007
Field of Research
160506 Education Policy 130103 Higher Education 140204 Economics of Education
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