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HOME AND AWAY : social, ethnic and spatial inequalities in student mobility.

Donnelly, Michael and Gamsu, Sol (2018) 'HOME AND AWAY : social, ethnic and spatial inequalities in student mobility.', Project Report. The Sutton Trust, London.


Student mobility, whether or not a student leaves home to study and how far they are willing to travel if so, is a major dimension of inequality within higher education choice and experience. Authored by Michael Donnelly and Sol Gamsu from the University of Bath, this research explores how staying at home and studying locally is strongly differentiated by ethnicity and social background.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
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Status:Not peer-reviewed
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Date deposited:05 February 2019
Date of first online publication:27 February 2018
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