Reaching Out: Student Drop-Out

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During 2014/15 the Union of Students (USI) in Ireland, in partnership with the National Forum, undertook a pilot research project to explore students’ experiences of non-completion in Irish higher education.

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During 2014/15 the Union of Students (USI) in Ireland, in partnership with the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, undertook a pilot research project to explore students’ experiences of higher education.

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