Transitions in higher education : the relationship between the thoughts and aspirations of students entering higher education in art and craft areas and the opportunities awaiting them at graduation

@inproceedings{Henderson2002TransitionsIH,
  title={Transitions in higher education : the relationship between the thoughts and aspirations of students entering higher education in art and craft areas and the opportunities awaiting them at graduation},
  author={D. Henderson and Martin Bouette},
  year={2002}
}
Governmental pressure to raise the number of students entering higher education in the UK has seen more aggressive strategies being introduced in order to entice students to continue their education. An argument is raging among art and design academics to whether this expansion is wholly ethical, especially within art and design subjects where the professional opportunities are finite and often complex in their development. This paper looks at the relationship between the aspirations of… CONTINUE READING

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