Originally published in 1984 The Student Experience of Higher
Education provides a detailed analysis of the student experience,
based on first hand discussion and observation. Information taken
from interviews with a wide variety of students is used to explore
the way in which new, overseas, and female physics students in
particular experience university education and relates to their
reactions to the organised learning which the university provides.
The study focuses on an understanding of how various aspects of the
official perspectives of academic staff contrive to limit the
educational development of the undergraduate. This detailed picture
of the university world is in contrast to previous methods of
research in this area. By showing the benefits to be derived from
an analysis of the experiences of students within one small campus
based university this book is related to critical American studies
previously unparalleled in the British university research
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