Recent analysis enhances our knowledge of students’ wellbeing and resilience after higher education.
A new analysis extends our understanding of students’ outcomes by comparing the wellbeing of graduates to non-graduates.
Part-time student numbers fell by 6 per cent in 2014-15, continuing the trend that has seen them nearly halve over the past six years, even as undergraduate numbers have risen.
As English universities have recruited more international students, the numbers dropping out have fallen.
Graduates generally end up employed in graduate-level positions, but the latest evidence shows that students from disadvantaged backgrounds trail behind their peers when it comes to academic achievement and employment.