Improving transfer from vocational to higher education: lessons from abroad
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This paper considers whether the vertical stratification of universities in Scotland and Australia is steeper than in other countries. It seems plausible that the formally unified systems of Scotland and Australia are less stratified than the formally segmented higher education systems such as those of some US states. The paper tests that supposition by examining the rate at which students transfer from short cycle awards of non university tertiary institutions into highly selective and moderately selective universities
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