Collaborative Effort to Establish Best Practices of Programme Articulation Process and Academic Advising to Senior Year Admission Students among Eight UGC-funded Universities

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This proposed project builds on the experience and collaboration of our UGC-funded teaching and learning project, which identifies Senior Year Admission (SYA) students encounter unique challenges with heavy academic workload, poor social integration, and mental health. The inadequate alignment between sending (sub-degree) and receiving (university) programmesis the key leading to their heavy study load. Thus, SYA students have to sacrifice their university life in exchange of graduation within two-year study with satisfactory academicperformance. Their suboptimal experience urges the need to examine the existing programme articulation process and academic advising to SYA students among UGC-fundeduniversities with the aim to enhance their university learning experience.


Project number6000807
Grant typeTDG(CityU)
Effective start/end date1/01/23 → …