Students less satisfied with their universities, says survey

UK“University graduates in England were less happy with the quality of their degree courses this year than last, a poll of more than 220,000 revealed today. Almost a fifth – 19% – of final-year students told the National Student Survey they were dissatisfied with or ambivalent about their courses – a rise of 1% on last year. The National Union of Students blamed the dip on fees trebling to £3,000 a year when the students taking part in this year’s poll started university. Students in last year’s survey paid up to £1,255 a year ….” (more)

[Jessica Shepherd, Guardian, 6 August]

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