Adjustment of S. African Education Program Students and S. African Higher Education Program Students in America
Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Dr. Larry Wald
The self-perceived adjustment of black South African undergraduate and graduate students in two educational exchange programs in America was investigated by means of a questionnaire administered through the mail during Fall 1986. Sixty-one female and male students at various American institutions participated in the study. The results showed that students perceived themselves to have achieved a high level of personal, social and academic adjustment, and that the undergraduate females, graduate females, undergraduate males and graduate males do not differ significantly in their perceived adjustment. Recommendations for further adjustment strategies are put forward.
September, Ronald T., "Adjustment of S. African Education Program Students and S. African Higher Education Program Students in America" (1986). Master of Education Graduate Projects. 68.