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Geographic and socio-economic inequalities and access to higher education: is the proximity of higher education institutions associated with the probability of university attendance for young people in England?

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The relationship between geography and university choice is well documented and suggests that a student’s location substantially limits their selection of university. However, there are relatively few studies investigating the interplay between geography and university participation. These few studies reach varied and conflicting conclusions. The most recent study of geography and participation in England used a dataset over ten years old, and, since which, tuition fees have risen over ni...

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Green Templeton College, Oxford
Type of award:
MSc
Level of award:
Masters
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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