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Linking access with success in South African higher education has become vital.
There is a clear necessity to identify and rigorously research factors contributing to student success that are within the institutions sphere of influence so that institutional policies and practices can be intentionally aligned and designed to create conducive conditions for student success This study documents the key indicators of student success based on a sample of BComm Accounting students enrolled at CTI Education group (MGI)/Durban Campus from 2009 to 2011.
Using data collected from 54 students enrolled in the three groups, this study investigates whether or not matriculation aggregate scores as well as selected individual matric subject scores (including Mathematics proficiency, English language proficiency and Accounting) and demographic information (such as gender, race, socio-economic status, and first-generational status) are key indicators of success for students enrolled in BComm Accounting at CTI Education group/Durban Campus from 2009 to 2011.
Qualitative and quantitative data have been collected and incorporated into the econometric model.
Maurice Ntemo, MTech: Studied Economics at ULK in Kinshasa/DRC (Honours), Master of Commerce at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and Master of Technology in Public Management at Durban University of Technology (RSA)where he is in the process of completing a PhD in Public Management (Economics).He is currently a Business Lecturer @CTI Education Group
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