Exploring the experience of low-SES students via Enabling Pathways

21 November 2016

Since the 1980s, Enabling Pathways have been one of the main ways that prospective students from low-SES backgrounds have been able to enter into universities. These programs, often known as Foundation Studies or Preparatory Programs, provide both access to generalist degrees and enabling experiences to enhance the potential for student success within degree-level studies. This project builds on qualitative research undertaken at the University of Adelaide to explore the experiences of low-SES students in these programs.

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Chad Habel, Kirsty Whitman, Jennifer Stokes, 2016, Exploring the experience of low-SES students via Enabling Pathways, National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, viewed 27 March 2017, <http://apo.org.au/node/70953>.

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