Maia Chankseliani – Spatial Inequities in Higher Education Admissions in Georgia: Likelihood of Choosing and Gaining Access to Prestigious Higher Education InstitutionsMaia Chankseliani – Spatial Inequities in Higher Education Admissions in Georgia: Likelihood of Choosing and Gaining Access to Prestigious Higher Education Institutions

The paper draws upon the findings of a mixed-methods study on spatial disparities in higher education access in Georgia. Examination of quantitative data on approximately 118,000 applicants, a purposive sample of households and policy-makers reveals geographic inequalities in university choice-making and student destinations. It can be argued that rural students who apply and gain admission to less prestigious HEIs, may benefit from tertiary education to a lesser extent than urban students.

Chankseliani, M. (2013). Spatial Inequities in Higher Education Admissions in Georgia: Likelihood of Choosing and Gaining Access to Prestigious Higher Education Institutions. Caucasus Social Science Review (CSSR), 1(1).

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ეს ნაშრომი ემყარება შერეული მეთოდების კვლევას სივრცულ უთანასწორობაში საქართველოში უმაღლესი განათლების წვდომაში. დაახლოებით 118,000 აპლიკანტის რაოდენობრივი მონაცემების შემოწმება, ოჯახებისა და გადაწყვეტილების მიმღებთა შესაბამისი სემპლი ამჟღავნებს გეოგრაფიულ უთანასწორობას უნივერსიტეტის შერჩევასა და სტუდენტების დანიშნულების ადგილებში. შეიძლება მტკიცება, რომ სასოფლო სტუდენტები, რომლებიც აბარებენ და ხვდებიან ნაკლებად პრესტიჟულ უმაღლესი განათლების სასწავლებლებში ნაკლებად სარგებლობენ სწავლებით, ვიდრე ურბანული სტუდენტები.

Chankseliani, M. (2013). Spatial Inequities in Higher Education Admissions in Georgia: Likelihood of Choosing and Gaining Access to Prestigious Higher Education Institutions. Caucasus Social Science Review (CSSR), 1(1).

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