How do we look at the quality of education? In our conceptual model we highlight several viewpoints on determining quality.
Binding study advice is increasingly used as a policy measure to promote student performance and academic success. But the evidence mainly shows the short term outcomes of the binding study advice. But how does the binding study advice relate to obtaining a diploma for the program? Are the objectives of the binding study advice achieved?
We examined it on the basis of two cohorts of students from a Dutch university. These students, in total 1707, followed the bachelor’s program in Economics and Business. In this study we use administrative data.