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Students’ transition into higher education from an international perspective

Bibliographic reference Coertjens, Liesje ; Brahm, Taiga ; Trautwein, Caroline ; Lindblom-Ylänne, Sari. Students’ transition into higher education from an international perspective. In: Higher Education : the international journal of higher education and educational planning, Vol. 73, no.3, p. 357-369 (2016)
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