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Students’ Life Goals, Their Awareness Category and Cognizance on the Benefits of Higher Education (Published)

This study aims to determine the level of participants’ perception on the different life goals. This paper would like to  investigate  also the level of participants’ awareness on the benefits of higher education,  and the most dominant category of  their  awareness  are also be looked  into in this  paper.  The descriptive design of research was utilized in this investigative work. The survey checklist form was administered to the students who are enrolled in the first semester of the academic year 2015-2016 in one of the private colleges in Muscat, Oman. The findings of the study declared that the participants’ goals in life like career, pleasure, and public service are reasonably important while their family is important only at some extent. Furthermore, knowledge on the benefits of higher education is at a reasonable extent and they are aware that they could develop their skills through higher education. It is also learned that mastery is the most dominant category of their awareness level and followed by experience category. This finding leads the researchers to conclude that these group of participants had a liberal perception.   It is delightfully found that they are judiciously aware on what higher education could contribute to their life as they continue to grow in the field of their forthcoming professions. Moreover, the category of their awareness level when wisely utilized coupled with their experiences could pave the way and lead them towards their brighter future.

Keywords: Awareness Category, Benefits, Higher Education, Life Goals

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