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Shifting students: Regional mobility of undergraduates in Australia

Joining the Dots Research Briefings

Abstract: This Joining the Dots (JTD) Research Briefing explores the mobility of university students in Australia using Census data to track the movement of current students over a five year period. The data captured in this analysis provide a unique insight into the mobility of the student population in Australia, and allow us to examine the potential impact of internal migration on student populations in Australia.

To cite this article: Edwards, Daniel and van der Brugge, Eva; Australian Council for Educational Research. Shifting students: Regional mobility of undergraduates in Australia [online]. Camberwell, Vic.: Australian Council for Educational Research, 2013. Camberwell, Vic.: Australian Council for Educational Research, 2013. 12 p. Joining the Dots Research Briefings; 2202-1779; Vol. 3, No. 1. Joining the Dots Research Briefings; 2202-1779; Vol. 3, No. 1. Availability: <http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=406275861328669;res=IELHSS> [cited 11 Feb 16].

Personal Author: Edwards, Daniel; van der Brugge, Eva; Corporate Author: Australian Council for Educational Research; Source: Camberwell, Vic.: Australian Council for Educational Research, 2013. 12 p. Joining the Dots Research Briefings; 2202-1779; Vol. 3, No. 1. Document Type: Report (Complete) Imprint: Camberwell, Vic.: Australian Council for Educational Research, 2013. ISSN: 2202-1779 Subject: College student mobility; College students--Economic conditions; Education, Higher; College choice; Series: Joining the Dots Research Briefings; 2202-1779; Vol. 3, No. 1

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