Raising fees should require raising your game, too

“Any university that is allowed to charge higher tuition fees in the future could face financial penalties if it fails to deliver on promises to students, a vice-chancellor has warned. Paul Wellings, chair of the 1994 Group of small research-intensive universities, told a public hearing of the review of higher education fees and funding yesterday that it would be fair to expect institutions to meet ‘minimum’ standards to students if fees were raised …” (more)

[Simon Baker, Times Higher Education, 21 May]


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