Student choice goes to town

Student choice goes to town | Julie Hare | The Australian Higher Education | 26 June, 2013

THE uncapping of student places is producing winners and losers as regional and outer metropolitan universities struggle to attract applications, with school leavers flocking to inner-city campuses, new analysis reveals. Demand for places at five universities went backwards between 2009 and 2012, while eight saw applications increase by 20 per cent or more.

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