Tags : students as consumers

‘Students as consumers? The perspectives of students’ union leaders across Europe’
Refunds controversy shines light on quality of third-level learning
College life offers challenge but most satisfied
Contracts, complaints and unintended consequences
You only get what you pay for. Or do you?
Higher education: the value proposition
We don’t have students any more – just customers
On the Poverty of Student Choice
Universities getting better on consumer law issues, but work still to be done, says CMA
College students should be treated as partners not consumers – HEA
We don’t need no free-market education
Consumerism Dragging Down Student Achievement? Not so Fast
Three-quarters of universities ‘fail to put vital course information online’
Experts urge universities to review student terms and conditions ahead of new consumer protection drive
Degree withheld in Worcester fees dispute
Universities warned over breaching consumer law
College à la carte: The ‘unbundling’ of higher education will allow students to earn new kinds of educational credentials
The changing student experience
Students facing ‘unlawful’ small print at almost 30 universities
Universities at risk of dumbing down into secondary schools