Widening Access to Higher Education

Higher education and social justice in China

Posted on 28 April 2017 by WISERD

Professor John Morgan recently presented his research on higher education and social justice in China at a WISERD lunchtime seminar. Professor Morgan has been collaborating with Dr Bin Wu, senior research fellow at Nottingham University Business School on this topic. China is a country marked by sharp differences in regional development and by social inequalities,
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Framing the Geographies of Higher Education Participation: Schools, Place and National Identity

Posted on 5 August 2015 by Natalie Richards

How young people make choices about university, where and what to study has been a question asked by many social researchers, policy-makers and practitioners alike. Research has shown that when young people make choices about going to university, a range of factors come into play including peer influences, their families’ experience of university and their
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