This is an exploratory research study that aimed at capturing
students’ learning experience in a public sector university
campus in a remote region in Pakistan. The sample included students in the last
semester of their two years Master’s program in Education Data were generated
through a questionnaire survey, in-depth
interviews, and whole-class discussions with
Master’s students of Education. Findings showed
that the students saw their learning embedded inrelation to the interaction with the faculty
members, availability of resources, and
interactive teaching approaches. It surfaced that
remoteness of the context and unavailability of
the Internet, lack of relative skills, and English
language deficiencies, were key challenges.
Muhammad Naeem Butt
Assistant Professor, Institute of Education and Research, University of Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.
Haji Karim Khan
Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Development, University of Baltistan, Skardu, Pakistan.
Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.
Adult learning, Higher Education, Learning Experiences, Managing Learning, University Students