Understanding attrition: What can be done to reduce student dropouts post pandemic?

We discuss the impact of the pandemic on student dropout rates and consider what universities can do to boost student retention now and in the future, with a panel of experts from the UK and Australia



4 March 2021
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Hear this insightful discussion about what drives students to drop out of university, how the move to online learning may affect this and what institutions and individual academics can do to boost student retention, with Sally Kift, president of the Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows, Jacqueline Stevenson, director of the Lifelong Learning Centre and professor of the Sociology of Education at the University of Leeds and David Woolley, director of student and community engagement at Nottingham Trent University.

This discussion was part of our series of THE Campus webinars that will take place throughout the year.


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