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A University Guide for the 21st Century
Pages 8 (2008 words)
ABSTRACT: Since 2002 and 2003, Durham University has enrolled fewer students – the number of students enrolled at the undergraduate level in 2009 and 2010 was over 11,000 but in 2002 to 2003 it was in excess of 13,000 students. While the reputation of the university has been solidified across a number of different university rankings systems, and while there has been a wide transformation in the increase of diversity among the overall student population, there are fewer students enrolled.
IT WILL BE DEMONSTRATED THAT A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE STUG YIELDS A TWO-FOLD IMPROVEMENT FOR DURHAM UNIVERSITY: ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND INCREASED DIVERSITY BY ALL RELEVENT INDICATORS. SCOPE & BREADTH OF DATA PRESENTED: Established in 1993 and both funded and supported by universities across the UK [APPENDIX: D] the Higher Education Statistics Agency houses a significant body of data pertaining to university demographics – indeed, HESA tracks performance indicators, finance, enrollment, student achievement at all levels, faculty demographics, and a wide range of other very useful information [see: APPENDIX: B-C; E - F]. For the STUG, the HESA is the source for a number of their key indicators in regard to how they compare one university in the UK against the next [APPENDIX C]. The following analysis is dependent upon both the various university guides such as the STUG, the Guardian annual survey and the Complete University Guide, but also the annual key indicators that are accumulated and presented at HESA. ...
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