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We have found that 20% students at SANU are self-sponsored and 80% are government sponsored. At UNESWA (Kwaluseni campus), 50% students are self-sponsored and 50% are government sponsored. Kwaluseni’s projected intake for 2020/21 is 2000 students and it is said to increase by 500 in the coming years for each and every academic year. Of the 35% males, 85% were single and 57% were government sponsored. Of the 65% females, 84% were single and 92% were government sponsored. 11.3% students say this amount is cheap. 18% say it is affordable. 70.7% say it is expensive. -Of the percentage residing off-campus, 33.75% say their residence is terrible. Statistically, over 60 percent of students in most of the tertiary institutions are non-resident. Student enrolment in higher institutions has been increasing in recent times, and it is anticipated that there has been about 160% increase in tertiary education globally (Sharma, 2012). In many countries of the world, the provision of accommodation facilitates for tertiary students continues to remain a challenge for the government (ibid). In effect one of the vital issues of concern to education management is the issue of students’ accommodation globally. In many developed and developing countries, governments are not able to adequately provide accommodation for students who successfully gain admission to pursue various programmes of study in higher institutions. (Journal of business). The data collected was then coded using SPSS and then transferred into STATA. Thereafter, different commands were ran to give all the possible statistical outcomes. RESULTS AND ANALYSIS The outcomes are presented as follows: In the sample size of 79 respondents 65.3% are males and 34.7% are females. The Institutions are statistically significant because their p-values are less than 0.05, the other variables are statistically insignificant because their p- values are greater than 0.005.
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H0: βPlace = 0, βwise = 0, βquality = 0, βSatisfaction = 0, βdistance = 0,
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  • Fall '19
  • Statistics, Statistical hypothesis testing, Tertiary education

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