ISN'T it refreshing that young [...]

May 2013
Daily Mail;5/18/2013, p43
ISN'T it refreshing that young people who have to pay a market rate for their degrees are complaining about inadequate teaching and lack of value for money that their courses represent? Such a financial discipline means bad courses have to get better or die out altogether. It also means the universities that offer poor courses must improve their service or they will risk going under. Mediocrity and Mickey Mouse courses have been tolerated in higher education for too long — all, naturally, subsidised by the state.


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