New Survey demonstrates students in UK doubt tuition fees value for money and would prefer more contact time

Many students in the UK are unconvinced they have received value for money from their university courses, according to an annual survey.

And a large majority do not think they have been given enough information about how tuition fees are spent. The survey suggests students average 12 hours per week “contact” time, when they are taught by staff. The findings are part of a survey of 15,000 students in the UK, carried out by higher education think tanks.
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