The Guardian: U.K. university students not happy with their education

The Guardian examines why college students in the United Kingdom are not happy right now.

Twice as many students thought their courses offered poor value (44%) than in 2019-20, despite pandemic disruption that year, according to the survey by the Higher Education Policy Institute thinktank. The increase is thought to reflect a view among students that universities misled them about how much in-person teaching they could expect this year.

This year is the first in which more students felt let down by their courses than were satisfied since the survey began 15 years ago.

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