Drop out & Study Success
The Dropout and Study Success pillar focuses on improving study progress and retention.
The promotion of academic success can be divided into three areas:
- Activities prior to the programme: information, matching and selection. Study success starts with sound information for students: what can they expect from the programme and what does the programme expect of them?
- The first phase of the programme: when students start their studies, how can we encourage their engagement with and commitment to their programme and Maastricht? This area considers tutors to be the key to fostering engagement.
- The final phase of the programme: to increase success rates, it is important that our students reach the finish line without substantial delay.
- FPN: Using competence priming to help students with cognitive test anxiety
- FHS: Platform for innovative data use: Enhancing relationships through effictive visual networks
- FASoS: Bringing the bachelor thesis 'back in': Preventing study delay in the Bachelor Programmes at FASoS
- FHS: Crossing borders at DKE