The impacts of self-efficacy on academic performance: An investigation of domestic and international undergraduate students in hospitality and tourism
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The substantial development of the tourism industry in Asia has resulted in growing international demand for tourism and hospitality higher education in Australia. Using a pre-and-post study design, the results indicate that after a semester of teaching and learning, the improvement in self-efficacy was only evidenced among high performing students. While self-efficacy was significant in predicting the performance of domestic students, this positive relationship was not found among international students. The results of this study bridge the knowledge gap identified in the literature and highlight a need for further understanding international students in English-based tourism and hospitality education.
Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education
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