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As the dust settles on Augar’s £7,500 fee recommendation, a major student survey suggests that undergraduates are more at ease than ever about the existing loan system.

The Higher Education Policy Institute and Advance HE’s Student Academic Experience Survey is a stalwart of the higher education calendar. It has been offering an annual snapshot of what the UK’s full-time undergraduates think of university life since 2006.

As Fiona McIntyre reports on the HE website this morning, this year’s report, published today, shows that there has been an increase in the percentage of students who perceive their course to be good (or very good) value for money, with the quality of teaching vital to this change. Across the UK, 41 per cent now believe they are getting decent bang for their buck, compared with 38 per cent last year and 35 per cent the year before.

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