Gönül Dilaver's research while affiliated with University Medical Center Utrecht and other places

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In the face of increasing and diversifying graduate application numbers, evidence‐based selective admissions have become a pressing issue. By conducting multilevel regression analyses on institutional admissions data from a Dutch university, this study aims to determine the predictive value of undergraduate academic indicators for graduate study su...
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In this study, we investigated the currently applied selective admission criteria and tools of the two-year research master’s programs of both the Graduate Schools of Life Sciences and Natural Sciences of Utrecht University (the Netherlands). In addition, we evaluated their transparency to applicants. Both admissions staff members and applicants pa...

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... Admissions committees are now faced with the challenge of comparing foreign applications (from different education systems with different evaluation processes) against applications from national students. Third, despite efforts to increase access to higher education for underrepresented groups such as first-generation students, students with disabilities, and students with migration backgrounds (Kurysheva et al., 2019;Torgerson et al., 2014;Younger et al., 2018), these groups still have less chance of accessing Higher Education Institutions (HEIs; Salmi & Bassett, 2014). For these reasons, university admissions committees need valid selection methods. ...