Understanding mature entrant’s transitions to postgraduate taught study: appendices
- Document type
- Corporate author(s)
- Great Britain. Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
- Date of publication
- 26 May 2016
- People management: all aspects of managing people
- Business and management
- Material type
This paper contains appendices to the research paper “Understanding mature entrant’s transitions to postgraduate taught study’.
The tables presented in the appendix 1 provide detail on the experiences of the UK domiciled research population.
- students on postgraduate taught programmes (PGT);
- postgraduate research programmes (PGR), and
- other postgraduate programmes (OPG).
The data used in the analysis to produce the tables were gathered with an online survey of postgraduate students in a representative sample of 43 English HEIs (providing postgraduate study). The survey was undertaken between December 2013 and January 2014.
A copy of the postgraduate student survey questionnaire is provided as appendix 2.
Appendix 3 provides a copy of the staff consultation questions.
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