Factors leading to student success in a UK first year university cohort

Hixenbaugh, P., Porter, A. and Williams, D. 2009. Factors leading to student success in a UK first year university cohort. in: Proceedings of the International Conference on Educational Sciences. Volume 3 ICES'08.

Chapter titleFactors leading to student success in a UK first year university cohort
AuthorsHixenbaugh, P., Porter, A. and Williams, D.
Book titleProceedings of the International Conference on Educational Sciences. Volume 3
Year2009
PublisherICES'08
Publication dates
Published2009
ISBN9789758401666

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