'Debt for life': only 38% of students say tuition fees are good value

'Debt for life': only 38% of students say tuition fees are good value
 

Little more than a third of students believe their university course represents good value for money, according to research by the government’s new regulator for the higher education sector.
The survey of almost 6,000 students by the newly-established Office for Students (OfS) will add to concerns about the cost of going to university and the value for money it represents.
Just 38% of those surveyed either mostly or definitely agreed with the statement: “The tuition fee for my course represents/represented good value for money”; 44% mostly or definitely disagreed. A further 8% neither... read more

 
13 March 2018 in Learning, Views: 46
Source: Guardian
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