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Attitudes to Debt (Full)

Attitudes to Debt (Full)

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A detailed survey of student's attitudes to debt and how this affects higher education. Published by Universities UK (formerly the Conference of Vice-Chancellors and Principals).
A detailed survey of student's attitudes to debt and how this affects higher education. Published by Universities UK (formerly the Conference of Vice-Chancellors and Principals).

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Published by: Connaught Hall, University of London on Jun 01, 2009
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Attitudes to debt
School leavers and further education students’ attitudes to debt andtheir impact on participation in higher educationA report for Universities UK and HEFCE by Professor Claire Callender,South Bank University
 
There are several organisations and people to whom I owe thanks. First, to Universities UK, especiallythe members of the Research Steering Group, and, in particular, to Professor Diana Green, Professor Sandra Burslem and Professor Mantz Yorke for their consistent helpful advice and support throughoutthe study. Thanks also go to Catherine Marston of Universities UK who was always at the end of thetelephone to help us. Next, I am grateful to NOPResearch Ltd who carried out the fieldwork, andspecial thanks go to Frances Forsyth and Nick Moon.This study was undertaken jointly with the Centre for Higher Education Research and Information(CHERI) at the Open University so I would like to thank my colleagues at CHERI: Professor JohnBrennan, Brenda Little and Alex Duaso. It has been a pleasure working with them, especially withBrenda who helped to keep us all on track throughout the study. I also owe a special mention of thanks to my colleague at South Bank University: Dr Ruth Van Dyke, who always encouraged me inher own particular way. I am also grateful to Caroline Roberts, currently at the London School of Economics, who helped with the analysis of the data, especially the modelling.Finally, I would like to thank all the schools and the further education colleges that took part in thestudy and distributed the questions to their pupils and students – without their help this study couldnot have happened.The views expressed in this report are solely those of the author.Professor Claire Callender South Bank University
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