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Generation Z has ‘higher expectations’ of universities


Careers expert suggests universities need to adjust their support in an increasingly “individualised world”

Younger fee-paying entrants to higher education have greater expectations of support and personal satisfaction, a conference has heard.

According to Robin Mellors-Bourne, research director of the careers organisation Crac, the younger generation entering higher education—known as ‘generation Z’— has “different expectations” than more senior people in the sector.

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