A report into how well-informed students are when making choices between academic, technical and vocational routes after 18.


Choices students make between different post-18 education routes

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This report aims to understand:

  • how students choose between different post-18 education routes
  • how students choose within different post-18 educational routes (such as the courses and providers they choose)
  • how the role of finance and information affects their decisions
  • the choices that mature students make

The report includes a focused literature search that found 143 sources for review.

Published 30 May 2019


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