Transitions of International Students into Higher Education in Ireland

Transitions of International Students into Higher Education in Ireland

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National Forum

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Teaching & Learning

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Accessibility & Inclusion, National Forum Publications, Student Success

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CC BY

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Transitions of International Students into Higher Education in Ireland

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This briefing paper aims to supplement our knowledge on transitions into Irish higher education by exploring the knowledge and experiences of those who come to Ireland from other countries to study at Irish higher education institutions. It is based on a survey of 573 international students, across five higher education institutions, who studied in Ireland during 2015.

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