The Importance Of Student Commitment

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Introduction of a group project in an undergraduate module would be part of increasing students commitment. Additionally, the developed commitment between undergraduate students improves their accountability and engagement to gain advanced results (Preffer, 1997). Commitment is determined by rationalization of individual’s attitudes. Hence, can affect individuals’ use of choices (Preffer, 1997). Use of choice is seen as the main significant aspect in developing commitment (Cialdini, 1988). Hence, students’ choosing to stay committed and engaged to a group project, the chance of positive behaviour and get educated in the particular topic is higher then individual work. People tend to work harder and stay engaged when other people or students …show more content…
Hard work would most likely support the wish to gain good grade, and also good friends. Students would perform to their best of their ability to achieve good grades and communication skills among other students (Preffer, 1997). If all members of the group stay committed, a significant group experience will occur. National survey of students’ engagement (2006) shows that this will results to higher learning and overall university success. As by members of the group both learn from each other, and help when something is unclear (Caruso, 2008). Furthermore, providing mandatory group projects with grades provide higher chance of commitment, because students will maximize their efficient to attain good …show more content…
Further, working experience provides both skills and experience, which can advantage the students in the future, when applying for jobs. Majority of companies expects new potential candidates to have working experience and Intelligence. Having advanced grades are most likely not enough to obtain your dream job. Company are mainly looking for candidates with excellent experience related to the job and advantaged grades at the same time (Preffer, 1997; Pascale, 1985). The university provide placements already, however this is first of all optional, and not guaranteed as there is a high competition among other students. The university for example should provide, guaranteed placements, during one term as part of the course and degree. This will first of all attract more students, and improve academic experience at the Essex Business

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