Graduate Longitudinal Study New Zealand

This is where you can find copies of all of our reports and published articles. Please feel free to contact us with any questions as well.

Pacific university success

This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Sage Journals in AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples on 20/03/2017, available online here. This article presents findings from the 2011 GLSNZ Baseline Survey and reveals the factors that helped and hindered Pacific university graduates while they were studying.

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Equity in New Zealand university graduate outcomes: Māori and Pacific graduates

This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis Group in Higher Education Research & Development on 03/07/2017, available online here. This article compares Maori and Pacific university graduate outcomes with outcomes of other New Zealand graduates 2 years after graduation.

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Māori university success

This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Sage Journals in AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples on 20/03/2017, available online here. This article presents findings from the 2011 GLSNZ Baseline Survey and reveals the factors that helped and hindered Māori university graduates while they were studying.

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Summary First Follow-up Report

The GLSNZ Summary First Follow-up Report is a brief summary of selected findings from the full GLSNZ First Follow-up Descriptive Report.

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GLSNZ First Follow-up Descriptive Report

The GLSNZ First Follow-up Descriptive Report presents descriptive findings from the 2014 GLSNZ First Follow-up Survey conducted 2 years after participants' completed their university study. It also includes the GLSNZ code book and measurement book, and the GLSNZ project development, policies, and procedures.

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Assessing the long-term value of tertiary education in New Zealand

A short article about the Graduate Longitudinal Study NZ published in the Association of Commonwealth Universities' Genius magazine (June 2013).

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Profile of Māori graduates

This is an accepted manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis Group in Higher Education Research and Development on 19/11/2015, available online here. This article presents findings from the 2011 GLSNZ Baseline Survey and reveals the profile of Māori university graduates in New Zealand.

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Quick Facts: Factors contributing to success at university

A brief summary of selected findings from the 2011 GLSNZ Baseline Survey examining what difficulties students face and what encourages them to succeed at university.

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Quick Facts: Contributing to society

A brief summary of findings from the 2011 GLSNZ Baseline Survey about the ways in which students contribute to their local communities, are responsible citizens, and their attitudes towards tolerance and altruism.

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Quick Facts: International students

A brief summary of selected findings for international students in the 2011 GLSNZ Baseline Survey.

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Quick Facts: Pacific students

A brief summary of selected findings for Pacific students in the 2011 GLSNZ Baseline Survey.

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Quick Facts: Māori students

A brief summary of selected findings for Māori students in the 2011 GLSNZ Baseline Survey.

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Baseline findings for international PhD students

This report was prepared in conjunction with the International Division, Ministry of Education. It presents selected findings for international PhD students from the 2011 GLSNZ Baseline Survey.

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Summary Baseline Report

The GLSNZ Summary Baseline Report is a brief summary of selected findings from the full GLSNZ Baseline Report.

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GLSNZ Baseline Report

The GLSNZ Baseline Report presents descriptive findings from the 2011 GLSNZ Baseline Survey conducted during participants' final year at university. It also includes a review of the literature, the GLSNZ code book and measurement book, and the GLSNZ project development, policies, and procedures.

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