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A spatial survey of students in higher education in the East Midlands
R. H. Osborne
by Department of Geography (and) School of Education, University of Nottingham in Nottingham
Written in English
|Statement||by R.H. Osborne, F.H. Molyneux.|
|Contributions||Molyneux, F. H. 1932-, University of Nottingham. Department of Geography., University ofNottingham. School of Education.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||332|
East Midlands /02 to / in the east midlands. the number and proportion of young people from the most deprived areas of the East Midlands accepted on higher education courses through UCAS over recent years (pgs. ). This was reflected in the participation trends of students from the East Midlands and complements the. The Students’ Survey of Education for Sustainable Development Competencies: A Comparison Among Faculties literacy as some common entitlement of all higher education students (p. ).
Results by Institution; Institution: The Teaching on my course: Assessment and feedback: Academic support: Organisation and management: Learning Resources. This study has been completed through a survey model. All of the relevant data was taken from the Ministry of National Education (MNE) and the Turkish Statistical Institute (TIS). In particular, the data considering the number of students per class in primary schools during was analyzed. There are two reasons for this decision.
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