Accessing and making the transition from further education to higher education: important socio-economic and life course considerations
Publisher: Middlesex University
The study upon which this paper is based aimed to explore the experiences of students enrolled on ‘Access to Social Work’ courses striving to navigate their way from further education (FE) to higher education (HE) social work programmes. The study was set within the con... View more
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