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Feelings on value for money hit by Covid-19 and strikes, survey says


Perceptions of value fall for first time since 2017, and wellbeing ‘remains a major concern’

Disruption during strike action and the Covid-19 pandemic has dented students’ perceptions of whether their university education represents value for money.

A survey by higher education body Advance HE and the Higher Education Policy Institute think tank has revealed that 39 per cent of students in the UK felt their time at university represented good or very good value for money this year, compared with 41 per cent last year. Perceptions of value for money had been improving since 2017.

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