Student diversity, extra curricular activities and perceptions of graduate outcomes
- Publication Date: 31-08-2009
This research will examine how different student groups engage with extra-curricular activities and what effect these activities have on their degree and graduate outcomes.
Recent research has indicated that different student groups have different degree and employment outcomes, this research examines how different student groups engage with extra-curricular activities and what effect these activities have on their degree and graduate outcomes.
It examines what extra-curricular activities students participate in and whether different groups have preferences for different types of activities (i.e. are there patterns of participation in certain activities by certain groups of students) and if so what impact does this patterning have on graduate employment potential. Extra-curricular activities are broadly defined in this research, such as part-time work, involvement in University union clubs and societies, (and different types of clubs and societies, cultural, sporting and other), other University related activities such as volunteering, class representation, etc. and other activities outside of University life, such as family commitments and community activities.
Type: Report (research)
- Mary Stuart
- Catherine Lido
- Jessica Morgan
- Steve May