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QAA criticises OfS for scrapping student satisfaction question

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Students in England will no longer be asked for overall view of university courses

The Office for Students’ decision to scrap a question on course satisfaction in a survey of students in England is “disappointing”, according to the country’s outgoing quality body.

The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) said the move to cut the question from the National Student Survey would leave prospective students in England at “a disadvantage without access to the information provided by [it]”.

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