University of Brighton Bursary Focus Group Research 2015

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The research aims to inform the OFFA Access agreement on the financial provision the university can offer and the impact of bursaries on students' lives.Findings from focus groups with 1st and 2nd year University of Brighton students receiving a bursary and students who are not entitled to a bursary with a parental income between £25.000 and £42.620 are reported. The research was commissioned by the University's Senior Management team and carried out by the School of Applied Social Science.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Brighton
Number of pages27
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2015

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Fleischer, S., & Asare, Y. (2015). University of Brighton Bursary Focus Group Research 2015. University of Brighton.
Fleischer, Stephanie ; Asare, Yaa. / University of Brighton Bursary Focus Group Research 2015. University of Brighton, 2015. 27 p.
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